Spring Crafts for Kids

By | March 23, 2014

Spring Crafts for Kids

Spring is my favorite time of year.  Mostly because by this time I am so sick of Winter I am ready for the change in temperatures.  So we tend to do a lot of Spring Crafts for kids and I thought I would put them all together in one place so that they would be easier for you to find.

Since we do so many different things around this time of year this list includes lots of different crafts along with some gardening ideas, science experiments, and a few recipes all geared toward Spring.  As we do more fun Spring Activities I will add them to this list so make sure you book mark this page or pin it and check back often.

Also check out our SPRING   board on Pintrest for more fun ideas!

FLOWER CRAFTS

Craft Stick FlowersCraft Stick Flowers Coffee Filter FlowersCoffee Filter Flowers
Salt Dough Mothers Day FlowersSalt Dough Flowers Toddler Paper Mosaic ArtPaper Mosaic Art
Tin Can FlowerTin Can Flowers Flower NecklaceFlower Necklace

BUTTERFLY CRAFTS

tissue paper butterflyTissue Paper Butterfly Butterfly Foot PrintButterfly Foot Print
Yarn ButterfliesYarn Butterflies Coffee Filter ButterflyCoffee Filter Butterflies

BIRD CRAFTS

Cookie Cuttier Bird FeedersCookie Cutter Bird Feeders Homemade Window Bird FeederWindow Bird Feeder
Bird House Wind ChimeBird House Wind Chime Bird Nest KitBird Nest Kit

MISC CRAFTS

Tin Can WindChimeTin Can Wind Chime Ladybug Math GameLadybug Math Game

GARDEN

Tin Can FriendsTin Can Friends Garden TurtleGarden Turtle
Stepping StonesStepping Stones DIY Strawberry PlanterStrawberry Planters
Tin Can PlanterTin Can Planters Toilet paper roll plantersToilet Paper Roll Planters

RECIPES

Dirty WormsGummy Worm Dessert Easter CupcakesBird Nest Cupcakes

SCIENCE

DIY Earthworm HabitatEarthworm Habitat Color Changing FlowersColor Changing Flowers
Tornado in a BottleTornado in a Bottle Frost ExperimentFrost Experiment

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7 thoughts on “Spring Crafts for Kids

  1. Tiffany

    What amazing and ‘crafty’ ideas! :D Love them all! Thanks so much for sharing them with us at The Mommy Monday Blog Hop…

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  3. Jill

    What a great group of ideas!
    Thank you for stopping by the Thoughtful Spot Weekly Blog Hop this week. We hope to see you drop by our neck of the woods next week!

    Reply
  4. Michelle @ A Dish of Daily Life

    Cute ideas! We have several stepping stones in our garden from when the kids were little! Just seeing your post brings back good memories. They’re all teenagers now…time goes way too quickly!

    Reply

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