Fun Spring Activities for Kids

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When I think of spring I think about riding bikes, taking nature walks and using sidewalk chalk, all outside in the sun.

Sometimes the weather can turn on the chilly side or raining so we need activities to help enrich our kids inside. Spring is a fabulous season, with so many elements that make excellent themes for learning activities for kids!

I mean just think rain clouds, gardening, colorful rainbows, flowers blooming, butterflies and birds flying, farm animals being born, and of course sunshine. These elements make absolutely fun themes for all types of activities.

We have found our favorite Spring Activities for kids. We have found some of the most amazing science, art and craft activities that not only scream spring but also help kids learn while being entertained. These are perfect for inside on raining days or outside on sunny days! Welcome spring, we’ve been waiting for you!

We've found our favorite Spring Activities, including science, art and crafts! These are perfect for outside on sunny days or inside on rainy days. Bring on Spring!

Recommended Spring Books for Kids

And Then It's Spring (Booklist Editor's Choice. Books for Youth (Awards))And Then It’s Spring (Booklist Editor’s Choice. Books for Youth (Awards))And Then It's Spring (Booklist Editor's Choice. Books for Youth (Awards))Rachel's Day in the Garden: A Kids Yoga Spring Colors Book (Kids Yoga Stories)Rachel’s Day in the Garden: A Kids Yoga Spring Colors Book (Kids Yoga Stories)Rachel's Day in the Garden: A Kids Yoga Spring Colors Book (Kids Yoga Stories)Planting a RainbowPlanting a RainbowPlanting a RainbowThe Grouchy LadybugThe Grouchy LadybugThe Grouchy Ladybug

Braided Flower Bracelets

Take a walk and collect your favorite flowers to create your own flower bracelets, they make perfect gifts for friends.

Flower Sensory Soup

Collect your favorite flowers for this amazing flower sensory soup.

Flower Pot Painting – The Imagination Tree

Paint your own pots to place those seeds in and watch your flowers bloom from! A fun spring craft to do with the kids.

Seed Planting for Toddlers – Learning and Exploring Through Play

Plant seeds this spring with your young ones and watch them bloom later in the season!

Painting with Nature – Hands On as We Grow

Go outside and explore your surroundings with the kids, letting them pick out different objects and then have them use those things to create something new with!

Paint and Install a Birdhouse – The Seasoned Mom

Birds come home in the spring so help the kids decorate their own house for your backyard friends!

Mud Paint – Learn Play Imagine

Spring brings rain, which brings mud. Put this mud to use in this fun, messy project!

Dyeing Flowers – Gift of Curiosity

Pick some flowers from the backyard and have some fun with this cool spring project.

Build a Nest STEM Challenge for Kids – Views From a Step Stool

Have the kids go collect their own materials and then create their own bird nest to combine art and the outdoors this spring!

Flower Garden Play Dough – Fantastic Fun and Learning

Combine nature with a childhood favorite! This fresh flower play dough is cool to make, look at, and is fun sensory play for the spring season!

Build a Bug – Paper and Glue

Get out the scissors and glue on a rainy spring day and build your own bugs for a fun craft!

Sidewalk Chalk Games for Kids – The Pinterested Parent

Encourage the kids to get outside this spring with these fun sidewalk activities they can do on their own or with friends!

Bird Feeders – Messy Little Monsters

Get artsy and get in touch with the spring wildlife by making your own feeders and watching the birds visit this spring!

Simple Color Scavenger Hunt for Kids – iHeart Crafty Things

Go out in the backyard or to a park to participate in this simple and fun scavenger hunt on a sunny day this spring!

Drawing Outside with Spring-Colored Sand – Buggy and Buddy

Create your own colored sand and then watch the kids come up with their own creations in the driveway!

Bubble Activities for Kids – The Simple Parent

Enjoy the warmer weather with these fun bubble activities. Here are 20 different ideas to choose from, rainbow bubbles to bubble machines!

Seed Jar Science Experiment for Kids – Little Bins for Little Hands

Explore what happens to plants in the spring season with this little science experiment the kids can visit daily!

More spring printables

Spring Flowers Preschool Printables

Spring Lacing Cards

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