Fun Spring Activities for Kids
Spring is here, meaning flowers are in bloom, the sun is warm and the days are getting longer! Celebrate the changing weather by nurturing an appreciation of the season with some fun activities. From nature scavenger hunt to indoor crafts, these activities are easy to put together and fun for the entire family! Spring!
Edible Flower Cookies
These cute cookies are easy to make with your little baker. You can also use a premade box mix. These festive small bites are great for a tea party, spring gathering or for snack time!
Get the full recipe at Little Pine Learners.
Nature Scavenger Hunt
Going on a nature scavenger hunt is a great way to spend time outside with your kiddos! Easily make your own list of nature finds to look for. Make sure they are items you’ve seen in your yard or local park like a pinecone, a feather, a special flower, etc… You and your child can discuss how each item relates to animals, plants, or our environment!
Here is a cute printable from Almost Makes Perfect.
Gardening is a fun and easy way to get outside and do with kids of any age. Start a window sill garden or if you have the space plant some of these easy growing veggies: Green beans, cucumbers, carrots, cherry tomatoes or radishes. Kids will have fun watching their plants grow and you can create some yummy recipes that featuring their homegrown veggies!
Bucket List Wreath
This bright activity helps inspire ideas for future activities! This clothespin wreath has fun suggestions like “visit botanical garden” or “beach day”. You can easily repurpose clothes pins for summer or winter break. Get the tutorial at Design Improved.