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7 Spring Activities Your Little Ones Will Love!

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We’ve compiled a list of spring activities to let your kids enjoy while learning because Spring is a wonderful time to explore!

1. Alphabet Flower Garden Activity

Alphabet Flower Garden Activity

You’ll Need:

Clay pots in various sizes
Dry black beans
Mini wood craft sticks (I received mine from Craftprojectideas.com )
Green Liquid Watercolor Paint or green food coloring (optional)
Flower stickers
Wite-Out pen or black sharpie
Tray or cookie sheet
Green felt

MAKE THIS PROJECT!

2. Colorful Math Game

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You’ll Need:

Terra cotta pots
Play dough
Fake flowers
Dice

MAKE THIS PROJECT!

3. Spring Mural

Spring Mural

You’ll Need:

Large piece of paper for the wall
Extra wrapping paper
Painter’s tape
Glue sticks
Scrap paper
Pom poms
Double stick tape

MAKE THIS PROJECT!

4. Spring Drip Painting

spring drip painting

You’ll Need:

Tempera paint (you can add white to make them closer to spring-like colors)
Salt
White paper, cut into oval shapes

MAKE THIS PROJECT!

5. Grow It! Egg Carton Garden

GROW IT! EGG CARTON GARDEN

You’ll Need:

egg carton – the biodegradable kind
dirt
seeds

MAKE THIS PROJECT!

6. Bubble Refill Station

Bubble Refill Station

You’ll Need:

1 cup water
2 Tbsp Light Corn Syrup
4 Tbsp dish soap
Large Container

MAKE THIS PROJECT!

7. Colorful Stained Glass Kites

Colorful Stained Glass Kites

You’ll Need:

1/2-inch strips of black construction paper
scrap pieces of black construction paper (from cutting out the kites)
assorted colors of tissue paper – you can cut it into squares or let your kids tear pieces
clear Contact paper
yarn or ribbon
colored construction paper scraps

MAKE THIS PROJECT!

So fun! What is your favorite Spring activity?