30 Spring Crafts and Activities for Kids

Looking for some spring crafts and activities for your little ones?

 

You’ve come to the right place! Inside this article are 30 craft, play, and learning activities for you to do with your kids!

 

I also have some great FREEBIE printable activities included in this article! The best part about spring is that you can do these activities inside or out!

 

Let’s get started 🙂

 


Activity#1: Alphabet Flower Garden

 

Looking for a fun and spring-themed alphabet activity? This is a wonderful way to practice alphabetical order!

 

Plus, it’s a recycle and play activity, which is one of my favorites to put together.

 

alphabet flowers

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

 

colored popsicle sticks

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Click HERE to grab your FREE Flower Letters.

 

B. Set-up

 

Cut off the middle of pieces of the egg carton. Flip it over and make slices at the bottom of each egg holder. Then, paint the entire container green.

 

Hot glue the letter printables to a green popsicle stick!

 

C. Activity

 

The kids will place the alphabet flower sticks into the egg carton in alphabetical order! Practice letter recognition skills and fine motor skills with this activity.

 

Letters A-Z are available in the FREE download!

 

RELATED: Alphabet Activities for Preschoolers

 


Activity #2: Fork Stamped Flower Craft

 

I’ve never used a fork to create art! Let me tell you; this won’t be the last time I try an activity like this.

 

It turns out really cool! Also, it was SUPER easy to do. I always appreciate low prep activities!

 

tulip printing flowers

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

 

art tray

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B. Set-up

 

On a white piece of paper, paint on some stems using green paint!

 

C. Activity

 

The kids will dip the forks into the paint and place them at the top of each stem, so it looks like a flower! Make sure that the entire fork gets rolled onto the top of the stem!

 

You can extend this activity by creating flower patterns.

 


Activity #3: Colored Kite Threading

 

Threading activities are SO fun, and they are wonderful for building fine motor skills.

 

Fine motor skills are ESSENTIAL for kids to do everyday activities like tying their shoes, button their shirts, and zip their jackets.

 

colored kite threading

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

 

Click HERE for your FREE Kite Images

 

colored beads

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B. Set-up

 

Print off my FREE kites and tape colored pipe cleaners to the back of the printables! Then, tape them to the tray!

 

C. Activity

 

Have the kids color match the beads to the correct kite. Have them put enough beads on the pipe cleaner to fill it up. Fold the pipe cleaner over at the bottom, so they stay!

 

RELATED: Fine Motor Activities for Kids 

 


Activity #4: Pond Number Sensory

 

I love planning sensory activities that involve learning as well! It’s so fun to come up with these set-ups that the kids enjoy.

 

This pond set-up is the perfect spring sensory activity to practice some counting and number recognition.

 

pond sensory bin

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

 

 

sensory bin

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B. Set-up

 

In a sensory bin, add some water and blue food coloring. Place in some sticks, rocks, and flowers from outside (this is so fun to do with the kids)!

 

Create some lily pads with green felt paper. Write numbers on the lily pads you want to review with your kids. Lastly, add some frogs to the pond.

 

C. Activity

 

The kids should use the frogs to jump from lily pad to lily pad. When they reach the lily pads, they should say the number! They can also count and play with the frogs.

 

RELATED: The BEST Sensory Bins for Kids

 


Activity #5: Flower Sensory Bag

 

Sensory bags are an amazing way to do a sensory activity that’s MESS FREE!

 

It makes my heart so happy to hear those words. We do many activities around here, and when something is mess-free, it makes my life so much easier.

 

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

 

pom poms

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B. Set-up

 

Dump a little bit of alcohol on a cotton ball to remove any labeling on the bag. With colored Sharpies, draw some colored flowers around the bag.

 

Dump a little bit of hair gel and a little bit of water in the bag so the poms can move around easily.

 

C. Activity

 

Have your child push the poms through the bag to create colored flowers! They will work on fine motor and color matching skills when doing this activity!

 

RELATED: How to Teach Toddlers Colors

 


Activity #6: Insect Sensory Bin

 

My kids are always fascinated by insects outside! It makes for such a fun sensory and play activity for kids.

 

While you are playing with this activity, discuss that insect starts with the letter i. If your little one is also working on beginning sounds, it’s important to have them say what sound the letter i makes.

 

insect sensory bin

 

How to do this activity

 

1. Materials you need

 

 

toy insects

 

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2. Set-up

 

In a sensory bin, dump 7 cups of flour, 1 cup of vegetable oil, and 1 cup of cocoa powder.  Mix it up! Move it to one side of the bin and place fake grass on the other half. Lastly, add in stones, sticks, and insects!

 

3. Activity

Have your little ones use the fine motor and gardening tools to play! They will have a blast exploring the bin and the insects. Talk about the different insects, what they eat and how many legs they have.

 

RELATED: Letter I Crafts and Activities

 


Activity #7: Color Scavenger Hunt 

Scavenger hunts are the best outdoor activities! Kids just love being the first to find something!

 

I always pretend like I am looking too, and that always gets the kids excited to find items before me!

 

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

 

colored clothespins

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B. Set-up

 

Cut out a small piece of cardboard and paint/color a few different colors you would like the kids to find outdoors. Clip the clothespins on the board so the objects will be secured on there!

 

C. Activity

 

Go outside and start searching for some different colors! I ended up taking the kids to the Metroparks to find some different colored objects. We didn’t have a bunch in our own yard, and it makes for a fun field trip outdoors!

 

RELATED: Outdoor Activities for Kids

 


Activity#8: Earth Day Craft

 

Earth Day is always in springtime! It’s in April, so I wanted to make sure this activity had a spot here on my spring activities.

 

I love celebrating Earth Day with the kids because it gives us a chance to talk about the importance of keeping our planet clean!

 

earth day craft

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

 

crayola paint

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B. Set-up

 

Cut a few circles out from a cardboard box! Get the paint and the supplies ready.

 

C. Activity

 

Have the kids create their own planet Earth craft by using the poms and the paint. They will use clothespins to hold the poms and paint. This is such a fun and different way to paint! They should dab the poms all around the circle and use both blue and green paint to have land and water.

 


Activity #9: Caterpillar Color Sort

I am a big fan of snacktivities! If you follow me on Instagram, you know that I love to use cereal for sensory play and learning activities.

 

Because kids love snacks, right? One of the hardest things about doing learning activities with your kids is trying to get them hooked in, right? Well, this is a way that WILL work.

 

caterpillar color sort

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

 

construction paper

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B. Set-up

 

Create circles on construction paper for the head and the body! Use a bowl to trace to make the circles. Make antenna and feet using black construction paper! Add on a face by using googly eyes and a marker for the mouth.

 

Glue the head and the body together! Your kids can help you with all these steps! They can also be sorting the cereal in bowls by color while you are getting things all set!

 

C. Activity

 

The kids will be placing the Fruit Loops on the correct colored circle of the caterpillar. Once they are all done, they can also count how many are on each circle to see which color has the most and the least.

 

They can also have a few Fruit Loops to snack on 🙂

 


Activity #10: Snack Bag Butterflies

 

These butterflies couldn’t be easier to do, and the kids loved putting them together! I’ve never used snack bags for an activity, but let me tell you, there couldn’t be an easier setup.

 

I love the different supplies that we were putting the bags too. It’s cool to see how each of them looks different with their textures.

 

snack bag butterflies

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

 

B. Set-up

 

Stuff a plastic snack bag with items like Fruit Loops, poms, jellybeans, and shredded paper.

 

C. Activity

 

On a clothespin, hot glue googly eyes and 2 pipe cleaners on for the antenna. Draw in a mouth! Have the kids clip on the clothespin in the middle of the snack bag. You may have to move the objects around in the bag a little for it to stay!

 

You can also glue some colored gems on the clothespin for some extra color!

 


Activity #11: Gardening Sensory Bin 

 

Gardening is one of my favorite things to do with the kids! It’s a great way for us to get outdoors and have some family time!

 

We did this activity before we could get outside and actually get in the garden. This was great practice as well!

 

gardening sensory bin

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

 

gardening kit for kids

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B. Set-up

 

To create the brown cloud dough filler, mix 6 cups of flour, 1 cup of vegetable oil, and 2 cups of cocoa. Mix it all up with a spoon. Lastly, add in all the accessories mentioned above!

 

C. Activity

 

Let the kids use the shovel to scoop some of the “dirt” in the pots. Then, they can add in some flowers. They can play with the dirt and pretend they are gardening!

 

RELATED: Outdoor Toys for Kids

 


Activity #12: Handprint Flower Craft

 

I’m such a sucker for hand and footprint activities. They are just so darn cute. I love keeping them around to look back on as well!

 

This craft is perfect for springtime but also could be turned into a Mother’s Day activity!

 

mothers day flower craft

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

 

B. Set-up

 

Cut out a trapezoid shape from brown cardstock to be the pot. Then, on an art tray, dump out some green paint.

 

C. Activity

 

Have your little one place their hand in the green paint, then place it on the paper near the pot. Have them spread their fingers out to spread the flowers out.

 

Then, they will use different colored paints to finger paint the petals on. Lastly, glue a yellow pom in the center.

 

If you are using this as a Mother’s Day craft, they can write Happy Mother’s Day, and the year it was made!

 


Activity #13: Rain in a Jar

 

This is such a simple experiment to try at home with your kids. Rain is what happens most of the time during the spring, so this is a fun way to talk about the weather.

 

The colors flowing through shaving cream are super cool! Check out the video below to see it in action!

 

rain in a jar experiment

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

 

droppers

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B. Set-up

 

Fill a jar up 3/4 of the way full with water. Then, add foam shaving cream at the top of it.

 

C. Activity

 

Add some blue food coloring to the top of the shaving cream, squirt it in different spots. Then, watch how it flows through the water at the bottom! It’s amazing to watch.

 

Talk about different types of weather while doing this experiment. You can talk about rain clouds and what they look like.

 


Activity #14: Flower Alphabet Match

 

Ladybugs are a perfect theme for preschool learning activities! We did this fun alphabet puzzle activity to practice upper and lower case letter matching.

 

Learning both the upper and lower case letters is essential for children to know before entering kindergarten. This is a wonderful way to practice this skill!

 

flower alphabet puzzles

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

 

Click HERE for your Flower Alphabet Puzzles

 

B. Set-up

 

Print off the flowers! Cut them out or just create cards with them. Cut out the yellow circles with the lower case letters on them for them to place in the middle of each flower.

 

C. Activity

 

Mix up the lower case letters and see if they can match the correct upper and lower case letters together. They should identify the letters when they pick one up!

 

One tip I have for this activity is to place 3 options for upper and lower case out at a time. Then, keep switching them out to complete the entire alphabet!

 

RELATED: Teaching Resources

 


Activity #15: DIY Recycled Bird Feeder

 

We have a major love for birds in our family. There is a giant bird feeder set-up in our backyard, and my husband actually has his own website dedicated to bird watching!

 

Teaching the kids about the different kinds of birds that we see where we live is so fun. They really enjoy learning about what food birds like. So, we decided to create a DIY birdfeeder!

 

upcycled bird feeder

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

 

acrylic paint set

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B. Set-up

 

Cut large rectangle holes on each side of the carton with a box cutter and scissors. You can draw it out on there first before cutting or just go for it. Paint it using acrylic paint.

 

We chose to just do different colors around it, but you can paint different designs! You will have two do at least 2 coats of paint.

 

C. Activity

 

Once the paint dries, poke a hole using a box cutter, then make it bigger using a screwdriver. Thread a piece of twine through the opening of the carton and the hole you created. Make a tie at the top!

 

Fill it with your favorite birdseed and hang outside for the birds to enjoy!

 

RELATED: Birdwatching HQ

 


Activity #16: Flower Q-Tip Activity

 

These Q-tips flowers are so cute and so much fun to make. We used our Wild Dough play-dough for this activity.

 

I love using this dough because it is SO soft; it stays soft, nontoxic, and smells amazing! Wild Dough has many different colors and smells!

 

Q-tip flowers

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

 

wild dough play doh

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B. Set-up

 

Cut a bunch of Q-tips in half. Then, create a small ball of yellow dough and have the kids pat it down on the paper to make a flat circle.

 

C. Activity

 

Have the kids place the Q-tips under the dough to create the flowers. They should place them around the entire circle! You may have to fix the dough after they are done, place the Q-tips in.

 


Activity #17: Rain Cloud Name Craft

 

Name crafts are a perfect way for kids to practice name-building skills, and they always love making a project special by adding their name to it.

 

These crafts make for the perfect keepsake! I love putting their special crafts in a box so we can go back and look at them in the future,

 

rain cloud name craft

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

 

Click HERE for your FREE Raindrop Craft

 

colored yarn

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B. Set-up

 

Print off my free printable! Cut out the cloud and glue some cotton balls on it.  Leave some room at the bottom for the kids to punch holes.

 

C. Activity

 

Have the kids use the hole puncher to punch the number of holes they need to create their name. Have them string some blue yarn through the holes.

 

Then, punch holes at the top of each raindrop. String the other end of the yarn through the raindrop! Have the kids write the letters using glitter glue or markers!

 

RELATED: Handwriting Activities for Preschoolers

 


Activity #18: Alphabet Match-Up

 

The best part about spring is that you can go outside with the kids to do some fun activities! We’ve been stuck inside due to weather and COVID, so an activity like this was TOO much fun!

 

This water-play alphabet match activity will have your kids excited to practice the alphabet! Kids will enjoy searching through the water to find the letters!

 

outdoor letter match

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

 

large storage container

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B. Set-up

 

Fill the sensory bin up with water and place the letters in the water! Then, with the sidewalk chalk, write the letters of the alphabet.

 

C. Activity

 

Younger kids can search through the water and match the foam/plastic letters on the correct letter written in sidewalk chalk. Challenge older kids to find specific letters and say the sound they make to work on phonics skills with them! 

 

Extend this activity!

 

Turn this into a reading game by having your older kids work on creating words. Just write the letters of the word in sidewalk chalk instead!

 

RELATED: Alphabet Activities for Preschoolers

 


Activity #19: Ice Chalk

 

Want to win the best parent of the day award?

 

Try this DIY ice chalk activity with your kids! Since it’s spring, it’s the perfect time to get outside and try an activity like this!

 

rainbow ice sidewalk chalk

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

 

ice tray

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B. Set-up

 

*Use a cheese grater to make the sidewalk into powder form. Use about half a piece of sidewalk chalk of all the colors you want to do. Dump that into a measuring cup.

 

*Add in 2 tablespoons of corn starch and 4 tablespoons of water. Mix with a spoon! Dump the liquid into the ice tray. If you use half of a chalk piece, this will fill about 2 sections of the ice tray.

 

*Do this process for each color you want to use!  I placed half of a popsicle stick in each ice tray container, so it’s easier for the kids to hold onto, and it’s not as messy on their hands!

 

C. Activity

 

Pop the tray in the freezer and use it when it’s all ready!

 

ice chalk

 

 

*TIP*: Use a hose and spray down the area you are using the ice paint on first, so it glides easier for the kids. Also, spray down the area when you are done for easier clean-up! I have heard that it could potentially stain newer concrete areas, so don’t use it on those areas of your home!

 


Activity #20: Planter Painting

 

One of our favorite things about the summertime is creating our garden!

 

A fun springtime activity is to paint some small planters with the kids! They will be so excited to create a fun design and learn how to plant.

 

painted planters

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

 

planters

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B. Set-up

 

Grab your planters and figure out what designs you want to make! We created rainbow colors, the sky, and a bee!

 

C. Activity

 

Paint your designs on the planter. Wait for it to dry! Add your soil and seeds and let them sit inside to start growing! You can always transplant it once it really starts growing outside.

 

I wouldn’t keep the posts outside because if rain gets on the paint, it may mess up your design.

Want to learn more about gardening with kids? Check out my friend Paul’s website, The Gardening Dad.

 


Activity #21: Baby Bird Nest Craft

 

Got some plastic Easter eggs lying around? I always have a bunch of leftover eggs from Easter! This is a perfect way to use them.

 

How cute are these little bluebirds? This is a fun way to talk to your kids about what birds make their nests out of!

 

birds nest craft

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

 

plastic eggsView Amazons Price

 

B. Set-up

 

Cut a paper plate in half. Paint it brown using acrylic paint!

 

C. Activity

 

Glue brown shredded paper to the plate. Glue some googly eyes on the egg! Create a beak by folding a piece of orange cardstock paper, cut a small triangle, and glue it on the egg’s center.

 

Hot glue the eggs to the nest! Instead of using shredded paper, you can also grab some sticks outside and create the nest using the sticks!

 


Activity #22: Lifecycle of a Frog Craft

 

I love teaching my kids about the lifecycles of animals. It’s such an interesting topic to teach them about!

 

My kids are really interested in frogs. We hear them outside our house every night starting in March, so this activity is PERFECT for springtime.

 

frog lifecycle craft

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

 

Click HERE for your FREE Frog Lifecycle Printable

 

kids scissors

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B. Set-up

 

Cut the bottom of the paper bag off. Paint a paper bag green! Once that’s dry, paint the inside of the top of the bag pink for the mouth.

 

*Create arms, legs, and eyes (as you see above) using cardstock paper.

 

*Print off The Lifecycle of a Frog printable.

 

*Create a tongue by cutting a piece of red paper and roll it around a pencil. Glue it on the inside of the mouth.

 

C. Activity

 

Use a glue stick to glue on the arms, legs, and eyes! Then, review The Lifecycle of a Frog printable with your little ones. Cut out the images and have the kids paste them in order on the bag!

 

Add on some arrows at the end to show the kids what happens next.

 

RELATED: Teaching Resources

 


Activity #23: Coffee Filter Butterflies

 

Have you ever tried coffee filter art activities? It’s one of my favorite things to do because you literally can’t mess it up!

 

It looks beautiful no matter how it turns out! It’s a must-try activity!

 

coffee filter butterflies

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

spray bottles

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B. Set-up

 

Flatten out a coffee filter on an art tray. Create a design using a marker on the filter. You can even scribble on it! Once done, spray it with water and let dry.

 

On a clothespin, draw on a face with Sharpie or even put googly eyes on them!

 

C. Activity

 

Fold front and back like an accordion. Then, place the clothespin in the middle and stretch out the sides to look like a butterfly!

 

Each one is unique!

 


Activity #24: Bug Counting

 

Looking for a hands-on way to practice counting skills? My FREE ladybug counting mats are sure to be a hit with your kids!

 

Included in this freebie are numbers 1-20! You can use a dry-erase folder to do this activity, or you can use my numbers that are included!

 

ladybug counting sheet

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

 

Click HERE for your FREE Ladybug Counting Mat

 

dry erase folders

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B. Set-up

 

Print off the worksheet and cut out the numbers if you are using them!

 

C. Activity

 

Place the number that you want your little ones to count to in the square in the corner. They should use the poms to count out that amount and place them on the ladybug. Switch the numbers once they are completed and clear the mat.

 

They should say the number that you place on the mat and then count it out!

 

RELATED: Number Recognition Activities for Preschoolers

 


Activity #25: TP Roll Flowers

 

I love using TP rolls for activities because we ALWAYS have them on hand, and it’s a FREE way to create art!

 

How cute are these flowers? I love how they turned out, and the kids loved stamping with them.

 

TP roll flowers

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

 

B. Set-up

 

Use scissors to cut each toilet paper roll! Create different amounts of cuts to make the flowers different.

 

C. Activity

 

*Dip the toilet paper roll into the paint. You can also use a paintbrush to paint the toilet paper rolls. Then, stamp it on white cardstock.

 

*Press down the sides to make sure all the paint gets on the paper! Once all your prints are on, use a paintbrush to make a center of each flower. Paint on some stems and the grass!

 


Activity #26: Sunshine Alphabet Match Activity

 

We ALL need a little sunshine! This project is such a bright and happy one! It’s also an excellent way to review upper and lower case letters.

 

It’s also a wonderful fine motor activity! Practicing fine motor skills is crucial for everyday life skills like button a shirt, zip their jackets, or tie their shoes.

 

sunshine alphabet

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

yellow clothespins

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B. Set-up

 

Paint a paper plate yellow! On yellow clothespins, write lower case letters on them with Sharpie.

 

Once the plate dries, draw eyes and mouth. Use pink acrylic paint and make circles for cheeks.

With Sharpie, write the upper case letters on the outside of the paper plate.

 

C. Activity

 

Have the kids clip on the correct lower case letter to the upper case. They should identify what the letters are before placing them on the plate.

 

Give them three options to choose from to place them on the plate. This will narrow down the options for them and make it not so overwhelming to them!

 

RELATED: Fun Fine Motor Activities

 


Activity #27: Flower Button Cards

 

This is a great spring-themed activity or Mother’s Day card for mom or grandparents!

 

This is a simple craft that kids will love doing! Using colored buttons is great for fine motor skills!

 

button flower cards

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

 

colored buttons

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B. Set-up

 

Fold a piece of cardstock in half!

 

C. Activity

 

*Create flowers using the buttons! Glue them in a flower shape!

 

*Make stems out of green cardstock and add two green buttons on the side for the stems.

 

*On the inside of the card, have the kids write a little note for Mother’s Day!

 

RELATED: Kindergarten Activities for Kids

 


Activity #28: Rainbow Blower Craft

 

Looking for a fun outdoor craft to do this spring with the kids? This wind blower craft is so fun to watch move at the window!

 

Kids will love seeing their creations hang outside!

 

rainbow blower craft

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

 

tp rolls

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B. Set-up

 

Paint a toilet paper roll blue! Once it dries, use a pom-pom to paint on white clouds to look like the sky.

 

C. Activity

 

Hot glue some rainbow-colored streamer onto the bottom of the roll. Also, glue some twine at the top of the roll so it can hang outside!

 

Place a window hanger outside and hang it up! Watch it blow in the wind!

 


Activity #29: Fruit Loop Rainbow Threading

 

Threading activities are great for fine motor development! I love springtime because that’s when you see SO many rainbows!

 

Adding a snack into activities has always worked wonders for me. The kids get so excited to participate!

 

fruit loop threading rainbow

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

 

rainbow pipe cleaners

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B. Set-up

 

Bend a pipe cleaner just slightly! Then, place one end of the pipe cleaner into a marshmallow.

 

C. Activity

 

Have the kids thread the Fruit Loops on the pipe cleaner. They should follow the colors of the rainbow in order. When they finish threading, place the other end of the pipe cleaner in the other marshmallow to look like a rainbow!

 

RELATED: FUN Fine Motor Activities for Kids 

 


Activity #30: Sensory Bottle Sky Fill

 

I love using sensory bottles; I usually set one up for each holiday! This time, I had the kids make their own sensory bottles, and it was SO much fun!

 

It works out great because you get two activities in one! You have a sensory setup the kids can play with, and they can make the sensory bottles for later use!

 

sky sensory bin

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

liquid watercolors

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B. Set-up

 

*Make the blue-colored rice by dumping 2-3 cups of rice in a plastic bag. Add a few drops of liquid watercolors in the bag, close it up and shake!

 

*Dump it out on a baking sheet with parchment paper on it. Wait for it to dry (it only takes a few minutes).

 

C. Activity

 

Place the colored rice in the sensory bin! Add some rainbow-colored poms and cotton balls! Place a scooper inside the bin and let the kids have fun with the setup.

 

After a little bit, place the sensory bottles inside and let the kids fill them up. They can shake and see how they look!

 


Final Thoughts and Conclusions

 

It’s finally springtime! The season we all look forward to after a long winter.  We have so much fun planning fun and festive activities to do with the kids!

 

I hope you could find some spring crafts and activities that you can do with your little ones! I’d love to hear about some activities you have done at home with your kids to celebrate.

 

Let me know in the comments below some of your ideas! I’d also love to know what your favorite activity was that you saw in the article.

 

Happy Learning!

 

Deena

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