18 Spring Activities for Kids

March 20th came and went this year, but we are STILL waiting for it to start feeling like spring!  In the meantime, I’ve rounded up some of the best Spring Activities for Kids from last week’s Tuesday Tots and from our archives in hopes this will hurry the warmer weather our way!!  There are lots of great spring crafts involving flowers and rainbows, and spring-themed activities like math and testing homemade bubble solutions included in this round-up to keep you busy and thinking spring thoughts, even if you don’t have pretty spring weather yet either!!

spring activities for kids

Tuesday Tots is a weekly link-up sharing posts for kids 5 and under co-hosted by In Lieu of Preschool (me), Rainy Day MumGrowing a Jeweled Rose, and Learn with Play at Home.  Be sure to follow our Tuesday Tots Pinterest board!

18 Spring Activities for Kids

spring activities for kids

#1 Spring Thumbprint Art 
by Connecting Family and Seoul

#2 Montessori Spring Math
on Pre-K + K Sharing

spring activities for kids
spring activities for kids

#3 Rainbow Binoculars 
by Sugar Aunts

#4 Rainbow Craft
by Parent Teach Play

spring activities for kids
spring activities for kids

#5 Spring Chick Freebie 
by Granny Goes to School

#6 Egg Carton Flowers
on B-Inspired Mama

spring activities for kids
spring activities for kids

#7 Homemade Bubbles 
by In Lieu of Preschool

#8 Garden Painting
by Craft to Art

spring activities for kids
spring activities for kids

#9 Suncatcher Rainbows 
by Genny Upton on Go Ask Mom

#10 Egg Carton Chicken
by Red Ted Art

spring activities for kids
spring activities for kids

#11 How to Grow Flowers 
by Capture by Lucy

#12 Handprint Rainbow Art
by In Lieu of Preschool

spring activities for kids
spring activities for kids

#13 Finger Print Flowers 
by 3 Dinosaurs

#14 Playdough Activities
by Living Montessori Now

spring activities for kids
spring activities for kids

 #15 Eraser Stamp Art 
by Craft to Art

#16 Craft Stick Flowers
by We Made That

 

spring activities for kids
spring activities for kids

#17 Flower Pot Bird Bath 
by In Lieu of Preschool

#18 Activities for Spring
by Parent Teach Play

spring activities for kids

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Genny Upton

A former teacher turned stay at home mom to two preschool aged children. Creator (and writer) at In Lieu of Preschool and Parent Teach Play. Currently publishing my first children's picture book! http://www.inlieuofpreschool.com/ http://www.parentteachplay.com/

  • Thanks so much for featuring our spring thumbprint art! What a great list of spring activities!!

  • I’ve been waiting for spring in Colorado, too! Thanks so much for featuring my Montessori-inspired spring math activities post at PreK + K Sharing! I pinned your post to my Kids’ Spring Activities Board at http://pinterest.com/debchitwood/kids-spring-activities/

  • Great round-up of Spring crafts. I love all of these happy and colorful projects. We’ve been lucky enough to already be getting Spring weather here in San Diego, but I guess we never really have a Winter.

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  • […] Since we are in quite the learning phase right now, I added some of Jake’s favorite things: letters, numbers and colors. The numbers and letters are just foam stickers from the Dollar Store and the cars are from this clipart I found online.  I think the alphabet tree is my favorite part of the box. Wouldn’t that be fun to do on a playroom wall (hmm, maybe a new project idea?). And because sometimes projects look great online but you don’t always know how they are in practice, here are some pics of Jake in action with his new super, duper tunnel.  Here comes Thomas chugging through the felt covered tunnel. I think it’s official…Jake loves his new cardboard box! Have you made any fun toys out of cardboard boxes? Stay in touch with Thrive 360 Living on Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter and Instagram.  Sharing with these lovely sites: Glittering Muffins, Uncommon Designs, The Thriftiness Miss, Tatertots & Jello, One Artsy Mama, In In Lieu of Preschool […]

  • […] Since we are in quite the learning phase right now, I added some of Jake’s favorite things: letters, numbers and colors. The numbers and letters are just foam stickers from the Dollar Store and the cars are from this clipart I found online. I think the alphabet tree is my favorite part of the box. Wouldn’t that be fun to do on a playroom wall (hmm, maybe a new project idea?).   And because sometimes projects look great online but you don’t always know how they are in practice, here are some pics of Jake in action with his new super, duper tunnel. Here comes Thomas chugging through the felt covered tunnel. I think it’s official…Jake loves his new cardboard box! Have you made any fun toys out of cardboard boxes? Stay in touch with Thrive 360 Living on Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter and Instagram.    Sharing with these lovely sites: Glittering Muffins, Uncommon Designs, The Thriftiness Miss, Tatertots & Jello, One Artsy Mama, In In Lieu of Preschool […]

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