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Umbrella Suncatchers
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Umbrella Suncatchers

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Flying Cardinal Mobile

Welcome spring into your home with these super-simple, seasonal crafts that teach kids fine motor skills, shapes, and science about the season!
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16 Springtime Crafts

stained glass art
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Stained-Glass Art

Paint Up a Storm
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Paint Up a Storm!

Even before your garden has bloomed, kids can celebrate spring with bunches of these bright bouquets. Encourage them to experiment with different combinations of colors.
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Coffee Filter Flowers

Things to do With Cardboard Boxes
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Things to Do with a Cardboard Box

Flowers Sweet Enough to Eat
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Lollipop Bouquet

Recycled Guitar
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Recycled Guitar

Watch your child transform the “junk drawer” into an accessorized robot that can go-go-go!
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Robot Racers

Your kids will be eager to take the family dog on a walk when they can use this adorable leash holder they make themselves.
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DIY Dog Leash Holder

Ideal for summer breezes, this wind sock is easy and fun to make.
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Colorful Windsocks

Not all monsters are scary! Create these cute monster crafts with the help of glue and a handful of wiggle eyes.
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Monsterific Crafts

Did you know that butterflies “puddle” in damp spots? They’re searching for minerals they need to be healthy, such as salt. After your kids make the puddle in the backyard, gather the whole family to sit and watch what happens.
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Butterfly Haven

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Which of the following will you and your kids do to welcome spring’s arrival? Choose one answer.

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Which of the following will you and your kids do to welcome spring’s arrival? Choose one answer.
Landscape with flowers.
31% (14 votes)
Plant a vegetable garden.
22% (10 votes)
Set aside time for cleaning out the garage and doing yard work.
16% (7 votes)
Add a bird and/or wildlife feeder in our backyard.
22% (10 votes)
Something else.
9% (4 votes)
Total votes: 45