It’s March already, so I figured I better get started planning a few fun Spring preschool activities. I like to make sure I have a few ideas and supplies for those cold rainy days. You are going to love these fun hands-on activities. Bring on the spring themes with butterflies, farm life, flowers, and more.
Here are 45 spring preschool activities and free printables that I think you’ll love.
Spring Preschool Activities
45+ Spring Preschool Activities That Make Everyone Happy
These spring theme activities will have your preschoolers engaged in fun and learning while exploring flowers, plants, farm animals, butterflies, bugs, and more.
A few books I would not want to live without this spring are Nature Anatomy: The Curious Parts and Pieces of the Natural World and A Nest Is Noisy. We love both series so much.
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This was such a wonderful sensory bin celebrating spring.
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This would make a great bucket list for the spring.
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Adorable Spring Learning Pack for Preschoolers from Homeschool Preschool
Spring Backyard Nature Discovery Bottles look so pretty displayed on a nature table. (Little Bins for Little Hands)
This Rocking Paper Plate Sheep Craft is adorable from Red Ted Art.
These DIY Spring Themed Easter Egg Maracas from Rainy Day Mum look like a lot of fun.
You’ll love the FREE Lamb Cutting Strips from Living Montessori Now.
Lovely Nature craft collage with a boy and girl head printable from Mother Natured.
This Nature Threading Activity is beautiful. (Munchkins and Mom)
Everyone should try out this Outside Sticky Wall idea from Busy Toddler.
These Printable Spring Themed Mega Blok Puzzles are super cute. (From ABC’s to ACT’s)
My daughter loves this Free Spring Fairies Preschool Learning Pack from Homeschool Preschool
So many kids love bugs! This Insect Unit with Free Printables from Every Star is Different is filled with educational ideas.
The Flower Garden Name Game is amazing from Fantastic Fun and Learning.
Check out this Water Cycle Science Discovery Bottle Activity from Little Bins for Little Hands. Love it!
Spring STEM for Preschool: Flower Construction Challenge from The Preschool Toybox Blog.
Another great fine motor activity is this STEM Activity for Toddlers: Colorful Fizzing Rainbows. (Schooling a Monkey)
This Fine Motor and Sensory Play for Spring Using a Sand Tray idea with Buggy and Buddy is a great activity.
We love Spring Do a Dot Printables from Easy Peasy Learners.
These Grass Head Pots make children laugh every time they see them. (Non-Toy Gifts)
This Easter Bunny Craft is super cute and perfect for toddlers and preschoolers. (Love Play Learn)
What a fun activity this Flower Inspired Tissue Paper Collage would be. (Handmade Kids Art)
You will love Five Little Chicks Went Swimming One Day Craft from Red Ted Art.
These Butterfly & Dragonfly Pom Pom Magnets are so cute. (Mommy’s Bundle)
This Handprint Flower Garden Craft for Kids would make a cute gift for grandma. (Fun Handprint Art)
Planting Sunflowers with kids (Rhythms of Play)
Easy Kid Made Flower Garden Craft from Clare’s Little Tots.
I love everything about these Nature Paintbrushes from Messy Little Monster.
Adventure in a Box shares this AMAZING Cherry Tree Blossom Splatter Art.
How To Melt Crayons: Easter Bunny Crayon Craft from Practical Mommy.
Edventures with Kids shared this great Rainbow Rice in a Jar.
This is such a cool idea Bundled Q-tip Trees for Every Season from The Pinterested Parent.
Sweet Color sorting flower suncatcher from Sparklingbuds.
Growing Mint In Water from Sloely.
Cupcake Paper Flowers from Laughing Kids Learn.
Mama Smiles shared these Spring and Easter Stamped Bunnies.
This Playful Alphabet Garden Free Printables are adorable (totschooling)
Who knew Tissue Paper Butterflies would be this beautiful?! (Twitchetts)
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What do you think? Did you add a few activities and printables that you are really excited about to your list? I’d love to hear what you have planned for the spring.
Leave a comment and share it with us.
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