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Hooray! The weather is warming up and after dinner walks are now a thing again, so I’m here to share a FREE activity plan full of simple spring activities that you can use with your preschooler all season long!

DOWNLOAD YOUR FREE SIMPLE SPRING ACTIVITY PLAY HERE

Have fun chatting all about spring and engaging in these doable learning activities that I’m sure your kiddos will LOVE!

This activity plan includes nature walks, crafts, and all the flower power to help encourage learning and play all around a SPRING theme!

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Take a peek at these fun seasonal ideas and let me know which one is your favorite!

LITERACY: BEGINNING SOUND FLOWERS

preschool spring literacy idea

SIMPLE HOW TO:

Draw simple flowers on a large sheet of paper. Write a letter on each flower and ask your child to hunt around the house for things that begin with each letter sound. If your child needs support collect items ahead of time and have them match only the ones you’ve collected.

RELATED: Spring Name Activity

MATH: FLOWER POWER ROLL & TAP

spring kids math activity

SIMPLE HOW TO:

Cut paper flowers out of construction paper. Label the flowers with the numbers 1-6 or 1-12. Tape them to the wall. Have your learner roll a die, identify the number, find the matching flower, and TAP (high five it)! If using numbers 1-12, give your learner 2 dice to roll and add then TAP.

SCIENCE: PLANT INVESTIGATION TRAY

preschool spring science

SIMPLE HOW TO:

Go on a SPRING nature walk. While you’re walking collect various things you find like flowers, leaves, grass clippings, sticks, etc. Lay your findings flat on a tray and explore using a magnifying glass, scissors, and tweezers. What do you notice and see?

Related: Pre-K Insect Themed Centers & Activities

FINE MOTOR: CHEERIO BIRD FEEDER

kids spring activity

SIMPLE HOW TO:

For this activity you’ll need Cheerios and pipe cleaners. Grab a pipe cleaner and form a hook on the end. Ask your learner to thread the Cheerios onto the pipe cleaner. Once the pipe cleaner is full, twist off the ends to create a circle and form a loop for hanging at the top. Hang your bird feeder in a tree. Keep an eye out for birds as they come and go for a snack.

Are you loving this easy spring activities? Don’t forget to download the FREE simple activity plan!

CRAFT: HANDPRINT FLOWER STICKS

spring kids craft

SIMPLE HOW TO:

Trace your child’s hands on white construction paper. Cut them out and have them decorate them! My girls loved using our favorite Kwik Stix Paint Stix for this! Tape each hand to a green straw or green popsicle stick. Cut out a green leaf shape and tape to the stick. Repeat steps above to create a handprint flower bouquet. Enjoy!

OTHER: SPRING NATURE CROWN

spring kids activity

SIMPLE HOW TO:

Go on a spring walk to collect flowers and leaves. Fold a piece of construction paper to create a 3 inch band that will fit around your child’s head. Set out glue and your collected spring finds. Have your child cut and glue the flowers and leaves to the band. Let it dry and attach ends to make a crown. Wear your crown!

TIME TO SING!

This fun flower song is perfect for SPRING! Have fun learning some color words as you sing about flowers.

I really hope you can use these fun spring activity ideas! Remember it doesn’t take much to learn and play alongside your littles. Keep it simple and have fun!

CLICK HERE to grab the FREE SIMPLE SPRING ACTIVITY PLAN!

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Looking for even more SPRING themed fun? I have a set of Pre-K Centers and Activities that is jam packed with printable math and literacy centers, more hands-on activity ideas, and just go printables! Check it out here!

Pre-K Printable Centers and Activities Pack

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