Have fun this spring with these wonderful spring preschool activities that your child will enjoy. I love spring, it signifies the end of the long brutal Canadian winter. Thankfully, all the snow has melted, now if only everyone was feeling well, we could enjoy this warmer weather.
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Spring Preschool Activities
Create your own flowers out of felt, and then you can organize them by size or color.
Get counting with these adorable finger paiting activities, a great way to get messy!
Create your own spring art with this cute finger painting activity.
I love creating new sensory bins for my kids, and this spring garden is a great way to bring in spring.
Use construction paper, yarn, and tissue paper to make a spring themed tree decoration.
Learn these fun spring themed songs and chants and sing them with your preschooler. Put to famous tunes like The Farmer in the Dell, these would be a great way to start or end a school day, and you could even make up dances to go with them!
This is a jam-packed printable pack of hands-on spring themed activities that you can do with your preschooler including numbers, letters, and colors.
Turn confetti, contact paper, and black construction paper into a fun and colorful spring time decoration with your preschooler.
Math doesn’t have to be boring! This is a fun spring themed game using fake flowers and a terracotta pot to help practice your preschoolers counting and math skills.
Here’s another great printable pack of worksheets your preschooler can work on to practice pre-writing, matching, and more.
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More Spring Preschool Activities
This free printable pack contains over 80 pages of activities that range from “what comes next” and beginning sounds to color patterns and matching cards for your preschooler.
Practice counting with your preschooler this spring with these spring themed printable cards and laundry clips.
Make a spring themed sensory board for your preschooler with colorful rice, rocks, toys, and more.
Preschoolers love the Do a Dot Markers. This printable pack of cards will keep your preschooler entertained for a while.
Create shaving cream paint and use it to paint these fun flower printables with your preschooler. Practice art, creativity, sensory, and fine motor skills.
Your preschooler can practice their fine motor skills with some faux flowers and a colander.
Egg carton, paper plate, and paint is all your preschooler needs to create this fun and festive DIY spring wreath.
This is a fun way for your preschooler to practice their syllables and develop their fine motor skills at the same time.