March signifies the beginning of spring. As we watch while winter comes to an end, the frost finally begins to thaw and give way to new green shoots and colorful blooms, it can be a magical experience. This month, as your kids begin to anticipate warmer weather and more sunny days ahead, check out these spring activities fro kids, with everything from colorful rainbows, butterflies, flowers, and springtime animals crafts to sensory activities, and more!
- Tissue Paper Rainbow Collages – These tissue paper rainbow collages are a simple spring rainbow craft is so easy and fun! Plus it looks so bright and colorful!
- Raspberry Foam Dough Bunnies – This invitation to create and play explores sensory, imaginative play, and build-a-bunny fun.
- Bow Tie Pasta Butterfly Craft – This simple butterfly craft for kids is super easy and provide hours of fun pretend play when dry.
- Create a DIY Garden Sensory Bin – Sensory bins are great for independent play, multi-sensory experience, and fine motor skills benefits. This garden sensory bin is perfect for springtime!
- Yarn Butterfly Craft – Make a gorgeous yarn butterfly craft using this simple weaving technique.
- DIY Lavender Slime – If you are looking for a soothing, calming sensory play idea, this is it!
- Color Changing Flowers Science Experiment – This experiment is really easy to do and the kids love watching the flowers change color. It is the perfect science activity for spring!
- Make Your Own Seed Bombs – A garden seed bomb is compost ball or paper ball that is mixed with seeds. Garden seed bombs can be placed in the garden or into a plant pot with soil. Once the seeds begin to germinate and grow the seed bomb will slowly break apart and the seeds can continue to grow.
- Nature Weaving Art Project – Weaving is a wonderful fine motor activity as well as being a valuable way to strengthen pre-reading skills. This nature weaving art project is the perfect activity for a relaxing day in the garden.
- Popsicle Stick Garden Markers – Make your own garden markers using popsicle sticks! A fun and easy gardening project for kids.
How do you plan to celebrate the coming of spring? Let us know!