With the temperature slowly rising, it’s time to welcome and celebrate spring with your kids by making these fun spring crafts.
From spring rainbows, spring flowers, cute bugs, to farm animals and Easter craft, I’ve got everything that associated with spring and your kids going to love all of these spring crafts.
These spring crafts are perfect for children of all ages. Crafts for Preschoolers? Check. Kindergartens? There’re many for them. So now let’s take a look at these easy spring crafts!
25 Fun Spring Crafts For Kids
A rainbow craft is an essential thing to do in the spring season, not just it is bright and colorful but it also fun, like this snipped yarn craft. To create this craft you need yarn of each color of the rainbow, a rainbow shape cut-out paper, a scissor, cotton balls and glue. It’s time for the kids to make their rainbows! (Via Stay At Home Educator)
Look at these cute and colorful butterflies that are inexpensive and so easy to make. With just coffee filters, washable markers, pony beads, chenille stems, zippered bags and a spray bottle filled with water you can create dozens of gorgeous butterflies. (Via Organized Island)
Allow your kids to experiment by creating these toadstool house lanterns and decorating them. To make this fun craft you need toilet paper rolls, color craft papers, acrylic paint, paintbrush, black marker, craft glue and LED candle. Save paper towel rolls now and help your kids make this little village. (Via Moms and Crafters)
If your kids like chicks, then they absolutely will like this chick. Yellow craft sticks, yellow construction paper, small yellow and orange craft feathers and 4 googly large eyes are what your kids need to make these bright chicks. (Via My Home Based Life)
Looking for an animal craft this spring? Then you need to check this craft made from egg cartons, paint, pipe cleaners, googly eyes, green craft foam and pom-poms. Not just one, but you can make three adorable animals which are frog, caterpillar and turtle. (Via Frugal Fun for Boys and Girls)
Toddlers probably will squeal in delight once they make this cute baby bird and its nest. It’s so simple and easy to make this craft, you just need brown yarn, feathers, googly eyes, liquid glue, scissors and construction paper. Such a cute craft! (Via Buggy and Buddy)
7. Bunny Wreath
Or you can create this easy and adorable DIY Easter bunny wreath where you can hang it on your door or on your kid’s door. With just 2 paper plates and a few crafts materials that you may already have, you can welcome your friends and family into the home. (Via Kids Craft Room)
8. Fairy Houses
If your daughter has been in love with all things fairy, why not turn your garden into a magical fairyland? You just need a few simple supplies and creativity to make these fairy houses. (Via Projects With Kids)
Do your kids love everything with birds? Why not make them creative by painting the paper plate bird. And these are super simple to set up, you just need bird-shaped paper plates and vibrant liquid watercolors. (Via Pink Stripey Socks)
Want to make a craft that is so easy but still cute? This fun caterpillar also has some cute leaves to hang out and eat away. Super cute caterpillars! (Via Mommy Made That)
Transform your toilet rolls into these fantastic rockets that are ready to launch into outer space. I’m sure your kids enjoy playing with these space rockets! (Via Mas and Pas)
Look at these beautiful march lion and lamb finger puppets! You just need a hole puncher, wiggle eyes, cardstocks (white, black and yellow), yarn (yellow, orange and white), brown marker pen, white paint pen, glue and scissors to make these cute finger puppets. (Via Kids Craft Room)
Spring is usually marked by flower buds beginning to sprout, so why not get your kids hands-on with nature and create spring crafts from nature like this tree? This craft is so simple to make, you just need a tree template that the author’s blog already provided for free, scissors, sellotape, and of course some flowers and leaves. (Via Crafts On Sea)
With supplies that most you’ll probably already have. You just need white paper, colored paper, scissors and a glue stick, then ask your toddlers to stick the strips of colored paper on the egg-shaped paper. I’m sure you’ll agree these easy Easter eggs is super simple! (Via My Bored Toddler)