Celebrate spring with a cute cut-out bug button your child can make out of colorful felt and markers!
This little bumble bee is the perfect springtime party table decoration and is great practice for pattern-making, folding and cutting.
Learn about nature while creating a nest for baby chicks with this project that is a fun way to explore how to layer shapes and create texture.
Whatever the season, celebrate greenery and growth by helping your child study some delightful spring words.
In this art project, eight petals of a flower are painted in watercolor paint using different techniques, colors, and patterns.
This stamp-making fabric craft will get you in the mood for a picnic and get your child excited about fruit.
Inspired by the children's book, Charlotte's Web by E.B. White, this card brings the spunky spider Charlotte to life!
Take advantage of the spring and summer sun in this arts and crafts activity that has your second grader creating pretty flower prints.
Make this spring break a memorable one by creating a "growth" flower with your child, also great for your second grader's writing practice!
April showers bring May flowers! What else does spring bring? Your child will practice her spelling with these spring-themed words.
Art can be made anywhere, even as a paper flower pencil topper. It's easy!