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Spring Crafts Bundle of Colorful Activities

When I think of spring I think of flowers blooming, birds chirping, and LOTS of sunshine. The winter woes are being lifted and it’s time to have some fun outside in the sun. On days when we can’t get outside, we like to do fun spring crafts that bring us a little joy. This Spring Crafts Bundle is the perfect addition to your spring lesson plans or at-home activities with the kids. This bundle comes with 6 fun crafts to do on rainy days or just for fun!

Spring Crafts for kids

Life Cycle Spring Crafts

A spring frog craft is a perfect way to celebrate spring, new life, and animal life cycles. This cute frog is a fun activity to do after learning about the life cycle of a frog. Kids can write about the life cycle or make up a fun story about a day at the pond. The kids always love the frog’s silly little tongue.

The writing prompts that come with this craft include:

  • If I were a Frog…
  • One Day at the Pond…
  • My Frog Facts…
  • I like Frogs because…
  • In the spring, I like to…

Use a variety of writing prompts based on the needs of your little ones! The finished froggies will make a wonderful spring bulletin board. Add a bit of blue paper for a pond and you have a whole frog community!

Another fantastic craft for spring and life cycles is the butterfly craft. This craft is colorful and pairs well with lessons about the life cycle of a butterfly. Kids can write all about butterflies and facts they learn.

Prompts included are:

  • In the spring, I like to…
  • If I could fly, I’d go…
  • Butterflies are…
  • Butterfly Facts
  • If I were a Butterfly…

The kids always enjoy making a butterfly. I print out several colors of dots and wings so they can get creative with the look of their insect! You’re sure to get a fun variety of butterflies up on the wall.

Spring Crafts for kids

Honey Bee Spring Crafts

Bees are the perfect way to learn about spring. They’re everywhere, and while they might be a little scary they provide so much good for our Earth. Teach kids about the importance of bees and then let them complete this spring craft.

The prompts included with the little yellow bee are:

  • In the spring, I can…
  • All About Bees…
  • My Bee Facts…
  • Bees are…
  • If I were a bee…

Kids will love writing on the beehive-shaped writing prompt and seeing their hard work up on the wall all spring! Let the kids share their work with others and watch how proud they are of themselves.

Spring Crafts for kids

April Showers Bring May Flowers!

These sweet flowers are a fun way to practice fine motor skills and writing full sentences. There are multiple prompts to write about all things spring. Use several of the prompts or let kids choose their favorite.

Choose from one of these prompts:

  • My favorite thing about spring is…
  • I like spring because…
  • In the spring, I will…
  • FLOWERS
  • April showers bring…

Let kids write about their favorite parts of spring, facts about flowers, or make up a story about April showers. They will love letting their creativity soar as they get to crafting. You can’t help but smile when looking at these sweet flowers.

Spring Crafts for kids

Let’s Go Fly a Kite Craft

When was the last time you flew a kite? I can’t remember my last time! It was always so tricky to get it up in the air, but once we did it was so magical! Give your kids a piece of that magic with these colorful kites.

The kite prompts include the following templates:

  • I like spring because…
  • I like kites because…
  • Let’s go fly a kite and send it…
  • Kites are fun because…
  • If I were a kite, I’d fly to…

These spring crafts make super colorful and fun bulletin board displays for hallways, doors, and even windows. Use the kites to make a board that says, “Let Your Creativity Soar!” Everyone who walks by will marvel at the kids’ hard work and the bright colors.

Spring Crafts for kids

I hope you enjoy using these amazingly fun spring crafts. They are sure to bring a smile to your faces as you learn about butterflies, bees, flowers, and all things spring. I would love to hear how you use these spring crafts in your classroom and with your kids at home!

You can check out how to make the flower and kite craft below!

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Laura Bensley

Laura Bensley

Former preschool teacher turned business owner that now creates educational resources for teachers in the classroom, homeschool, and daycare setting.

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Hi, I’m Laura and I am the creator of Crafty Bee Creations.  I am a former preschool teacher turned business owner that now creates educational resources for teachers in the classroom, homeschool, and daycare setting.  I have a passion for designing craft resources that are not only fun and engaging but work children’s fine motor skills too! 

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