Are you looking for March preschool crafts to do with your children or students? You’ve come to the right place! Winter is leaving, and spring is arriving. March is an exciting time of growth and renewal, rain and rainbows, blossoms and flowers. It’s also around that time when our insect friends begin to emerge, too.
March Preschool Crafts and Activities
So today we’ve put together a fun list of crafts to get preschoolers excited about spring. Whether you’re looking for some simple flower crafts to make, a
bee-utiful bee, or even pretty DIY pots to start planting, you’ll find plenty of inspiration here.
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Fun Things to Do in March
Teachers and homeschoolers who are looking for March preschool themes and lesson plans should check out this post. You’ll find fun, educational ideas for weather, rainbows, spring, transportation, the color green, and more.
As you can tell, we’re totally in love with the rainbow theme. Here are more than 45 different ways to make rainbows with your kids!
And now let’s move on to our March preschool craft ideas. This list is full of bright colors, fun themes, and easy projects.
March Preschool Arts and Crafts
Parts of a Flower Craft from naturalbeachliving.com: Learn about the parts of a flower together! Plants and flowers are great topics for spring, and learning about their parts will help your kiddo prepare to plant a little spring garden.
Cupcake Liner Flower Craft from naturalbeachliving.com: Cupcake liners in various colors and patterns and simple buttons can be made into beautiful spring flowers. Hang them on the wall to add a little cheer to your playroom.
Butterfly Life Cycle from naturalbeachliving.com: Study the life cycle of butterflies before they begin emerging in warmer months. This combines crafts and learning activities in one!
Marbled Pots from naturalbeachliving.com: Our marbled plants are perfect for starting some flowers or herbs indoors until it’s warm enough to put them outside. The swirly pattern is so pretty, and no two pots will look exactly the same. These make great gifts for Mother’s Day, too!
Preschool Bee Craft from naturalbeachliving.com: Use our handy template to create a pretty paper bee! Doesn’t he look friendly? Papercrafts like this are wonderful for the classroom.
Rainbow Shaving Cream Art from naturalbeachliving.com: We love shaving cream art! Use the pieces you create as backdrops for pictures, for handmade cards, or for DIY wrapping paper.
Rainbow Kindness Craft from naturalbeachliving.com: Rainbows are everywhere in the rainy season of spring, so use this time to make a beautiful rainbow craft that teaches kids about kindness at the same time.
March Crafts for Preschoolers
Flowery Spring Tree Craft from fantasticfunandlearning.com: A blooming tree craft is perfect for spring, and your children can experiment with creative ways to paint (with loofahs and tree bark) while making this craft.
Fuzzy Bee Craft from iheartcraftythings.com: This fuzzy little bee is adorable! Made with simple materials like pom poms, wooden spoons, and wax paper, it’s a simple project for any preschooler. You could add magnets to the back and add them to the fridge, too!
Rainbow Paper Plate Garden from bluebearwood.co.uk: The wonderful thing about this beautiful collage is that there’s no one way to do it. Use whatever materials you have on hand. Use flower stickers, stamps, pictures from magazines, etc. to create a flower garden!
Popsicle Stick Wreath Craft from craftsbyria.com: Popsicle stick crafts are classic for preschoolers, but this one offers a fun twist: it’s a popsicle stick wreath! The buttons and the papercraft butterfly are adorable touches. It’s perfect for spring!
Butterfly Printing with Sponges from thecrafttrain.com: This is a simple and quick way to create beautiful butterfly wings. You could stamp the butterflies on a canvas to hang in the home, on cardstock to make a sweet card for someone, or on wrapping paper to make a gift extra special.
Flowers in the Garden Craft from nontoygifts.com: Combine a simple paper plate craft and a lacing activity to practice fine motor skills into one adorable project.
Bubble Wands from naturalbeachliving.com: Get outside and enjoy the weather when it’s not raining! These DIY bubble wands are fun to make and fun to play with. You don’t have to wait until summer for blowing bubbles!
Pop-Up Daffodils from kidscraftroom.com: The daffodil is a favorite springtime flower! They’re so bright and cheery. You probably already have the paper plates and cupcake liners for this craft in your cupboard.
Paper Plate Hot Air Balloon Craft from tootsmomistired.com: What a beautiful and simple craft! There are so many ways to decorate the balloon portion of this craft—painting, stamping, stickers, Bingo markers—even fingerprints would look so lovely.
Fingerprint Flower Pot from theinspirationedit.com: Spring is the perfect time to start planting some flowers, herbs, or succulents. Decorate an ordinary plant pot with some paint and your child’s fingerprints to create a piece of decor that you’ll treasure for years.
Water Bottle Flower Painting from kidsactivitiesblog.com: Who knew? The bottom of a water bottle makes gorgeous flower petal stamps! This is a great craft for toddlers and preschoolers to create some spring flowers.
Toilet Roll Butterflies from lookwerelearning.com: These smiling little butterflies are so easy for preschoolers. The coffee filter wings are colored with crayons, so there’s no messy paint to worry about.
Rainbow Flowers from twitchetts.com: This is an excellent craft for practicing scissor skills with simple circles. It’s also great for teaching kids the colors of the rainbow.
Plastic Bottle Flowers from simplisticallyliving.com: Recycle some plastic bottles to make these gorgeous plastic bottle flowers. What a fun idea! Your preschooler may need a little help cutting the water bottle, but the thinner ones are quite easy to cut.
Seashell Flower Garden from artsycraftsymom.com: Use seashells that you’ve bought at the craft store or ones you’ve collected during your beach trips to make a whimsical seashell flower garden. You’ll want to do this one on canvas and hang it up for sure!
Toilet Roll Bee from easypeasyandfun.com: This simple TP roll craft is a great choice for a springtime classroom activity. All you need is some colored paper, scissors, glue, and sticker eyes or googly eyes.
Which of these March preschool crafts are you adding to your to-do list?
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