I love keeping the kids busy during Spring break with some of these fun Spring crafts that are kid friendly. Not only are they adorable, they are easy for little hands to make. If you are a homeschooling parent, you might even be able to work these into a teaching moment easily. What’s not to love about that?
20 Spring Crafts For Kids
This post contains affiliate links.
I love that a lot of these Spring crafts are so easy to make with craft items you already have on hand. I like to keep things like washable paints, glue, craft sticks, construction paper and similar on hand already. Many of these crafts just take a bit of imagination alongside the simple supplies.
Make a day of it and create some fun crafts that your kids will enjoy. This group of Spring crafts has a lot of great items for the younger toddler crowd, but also some fun items for your grade school aged kids to enjoy. Since Spring is full of bright and fun colors, it’s a great time to really encourage your kids learning of colors, flower names, and of course, little things about how plants grow.
3D Painted Doily Flowers from Crafty Morning
Popsicle Stick Flower from Raising Little Super Heroes
Bubble Wrap Sheep Craft from Mess For Less
Felt Flower Craft from Living Life And Learning
Hand Print Chicken Paper Plate Craft from Darcy & Brian
Painted Coffee Filter Flower Craft from Mom Is Forever
Spring Chicks Egg Carton Craft from Typically Simple
Pop Up Puppets Spring Craft from In The Playroom
Dr. Seuss Truffula Trees Fork Painting from Darcy & Brian
Handprint Caterpillar Craft from Fun Handprint Art Blog
Neon Beaded Butterfly Craft For Kids from Crafty Morning
Paper Plate Rainbow Craft with Tissue Paper from Happy Hooligans
Butterfly Washi Tape Craft from Artsy Momma
Handprint Dragonfly Craft from Raising Little Super Heroes
Handprint Lily from Thrifty Fun
Birds Nest Craft For Kids from Mess For Less
Flower Art Project with Tissue Paper from Handmade Kids Art
Pressed Flowers & Leaves from 5 Minutes For Mom
Paint Sample Flower Craft from In The Playroom
Kid Painted Flower Pots from Happy Brown House
If your kids love making Spring crafts like these, but you worry about the messes they will make. Don’t hesitate to grab some simple old t-shirts to cover their clothing and put down newspaper or butcher paper beneath them to protect your tables and floor. It makes cleanup a lot easier and lets your kids continue expressing their creativity easily.
I love getting the kids involved in artistic things. I want them to feel confident about their abilities, and starting early with some simple crafts like these is a great way to make that happen. Spring crafts are a great way to get them excited during a boring long week out of school, but also a great way to have a fun outside project for them to work on while you plant flowers, get a bit of sun, or just sip some lemonade and spend quality time with your kids.
Get Your Free Book!
Subscribe for weekly updates and tips by email plus this free ebook of fun family activities.