Easy Spring Crafts and Art Activities that you can use as Spring decorations for the classroom and Spring bulletin board or as simple art activity for Pre-K, Preschool and Kindergarten.
1. Handprint project
2. Paper plate craft project
3. Scrap materials art project
4. Tissue paper balls project
5. Play-dough mats art activity
6. Fingerprints art project
7. Watercolor art project
9. Leaf-printing activity
10. Sticking nature bits to make art (petals, leaves, etc)
* Appropriate for distance learning during the coronavirus pandemic. Teachers are welcome to share this resource online with parents and students for remote learning *
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Spring activities for Pre-K, Preschool and Kindergarten:
8. Stamped veggies art project
Old apples, carrots, potatoes, squash or any spring vegetable that you like. Just chop them in chunks and shapes that a young child can hold onto. Another good tip is to use a child's plastic fork to hold the piece of vegetable for easier stamping.
9. Leaf stamping art activities spring
Just add paint to one face of one leaf and stamp it to form the wings. Big leaves work great for simple one-stamp wings that look beautiful (this simple spring craft is a good toddler activity).
10. Leaf sticking seasonal activity
Depending on what season you do this, you will get all sorts of different colors of leaves to turn into ladybird wings. Using leaves and petals for spring crafts is always a hit.
or complete the picture with any materials that you have in hand!
You can use this art activities spring printable with resources as simple as color pencils and markers.
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► CLASSROOM DECOR TIPS
- Display the student's work as decorations for spring bulletin board
- Display the student's work and use as fall decorations for bulletin boards.
► Why is this resource useful?
Beyond helping your art project planning, here are more reasons why this resource will bring you good value:
- Ideas of art activities that pair well with bug-themed books such as the book "What the ladybird heard" by Julia Donaldson.
- Simple early finishers activity.
- Good for planning preschool activities spring season.
- Add to your bank of low-prep time-fillers.
- Good addition to your collection of playdough mats.
- Nature art activities complement well a nature and spring animals units.
- Bugs and insect activities that fit a bugs unit.
- Toddler activities that work well in multi-generational classrooms.
- Insects and bug activities can be included in the planning for fall activities and spring activities.
- Reuse used Prek apples from other apple activities.
- Good activity for a life cycle unit (caterpillars + butterflies).
- You can use this for autumn season and spring season plannings.
- Since this activity welcomes all levels of artistic skills, it is useful for students ranged from Pre-K, Kindergarten and Elementary. The ladybug designs can be as simple or as complicated as each student chooses.
► WHAT'S INCLUDED
- 21 different pages around the nature theme (caterpillars, butterflies, campfire, trees, flowers, ladybugs)
- Instructions and examples page
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