Are you ready for spring? Sunny and rainy days are almost here and now is a great time to start gathering ideas for kids spring crafts and activities! Here are 50+ spring activities for kids. We’ve got a whole bunch of exciting Kindergarten spring crafts and activities to share with you today so you’ll be ready for when the flowers start blooming and rainbows appear. You will find plenty learning printables for your little ones, fun ideas for games to play in the classroom, engaging crafts and much, much more.
50+ Kids’ Spring Crafts and Activities
Have the kids practice addition with these fun bug addition cards.
Make tens with the help of these buzzing beehive puzzles.
Can your students match words with numbers? These butterfly number word puzzles are perfect for this time of the year.
We love count and clip cards and this one is super fun.
Match the colors by planing this adorable hungry frog color matching game.
Spring is also a time for rainbows and this rainbow emergent reader printables are pretty awesome.
You can also print these rainbow matching puzzles.
Math is always more fun if you add a dice.
Practice number or alphabet with these ladybug connect the dot worksheets. / Trail of Colors
Need to work on scissor skills? Print these scissor practice printables. / Itsy Bitsy Fun
Make writing fun with this spring themed writing paper. / Sight and Sound Reading
Is math on the learning menu? We think these math worksheets are sweet. / Living Life and Learning
This simple spring printable pack is perfect to pass the time. / Itsy Bitsy Fun
Spring Crafts and Art Projects Perfect for Kindergarten
This mosaic butterfly craft is gorgeous!
Make a sparkly decoration for your garden.
Recycle and old CD and make a cute snail craft.
Suncatchers are a great project to make in the spring.
Tissue paper flowers look wonderful. They are super easy to make too!
Spring comes with a lot of weather changes so this cloud craft is a must make.
This DIY birdbath for kids is great for spring, and makes a great gift too!
Weaving is great for fine motor skills, that’s why we love these paper plate flowers. / Easy Peasy and Fun
Get some twigs and flowers and make a spring tree craft. / Red Ted Art
Gather rocks on your next walk and make rock ladybugs. / Easy Peasy and Fun
This cherry blossom craft will look amazing displayed in the classroom. / Pink Stripey Socks
Got a bunch of K-cups you want to recycle? Here’s a fun project. / Artsy Momma
This baby birds in a nest craft is perfect for spring. / Buggy and Buddy
These spring coloring pages are great for little hands.
Print this flowers coloring page and use as many colors as you can. / Trail of Colors
If your little ones love bugs they will be head over healls over these bug coloring pages. / Easy Peasy and Fun
This lovely set of spring coloring pages is awesome too. / Simple Fun For Kids
Butterflies are so pretty! How will your kids color this butterfly coloring page? / Red Ted Art
Sometimes simple is best. Like this simple flower coloring page. / What Mommy Does
How about this gardening coloring page? / What do We do All Day
Who doesn’t love ladybugs? This ladybugs coloring page is too cute. / Trail of Colors
Flower lover? Print these adorable coloring pages. / Red Ted Art
This set of coloring pages has a worm to color. How fun is that? / Kids Activities Blog
Games and Activities
We love this sink or float activity. It’s perfect for those warm and sunny spring days.
Fine motor skills are important. Make these fine motor skills matching flowers to help develop those muscles.
Do some planting with kids, it’s an excellent opportunity to learn about plan parts.
This roll a ladybug game is perfect activity to engage kids in simple math.
Learn about the life cycle of a frog with play dough.
Combine art and writing in this fun activity.
Counting with fingerprints sure is fun. / Fun Handprint Art Blog
Lacing cards are super fun too. / Living Life and Learning
Print these spring play dough mats and get creative. / Itsy Bitsy Fun
Learn about the life cycle of a butterfly. / Teaching Mama
Make a seed jar. Little Bins for Little Hands
Use pasta to make math flowers. So fun! / I Heart Crafty Things
Venture out on a bug hunt. / Kiddy Charts
Go out on a spring scavenger hunt. / No Wooden Spoons