1. Raindrop Toss
Kids stuck indoors on a drizzly spring day? Here’s cute a game they can make in minutes and play for hours!
2. Thumbprint Flower Pots
Your kids will love planting seeds in their very own personalized flower pot.
3. Coffee Filter Flowers
Even before your garden has bloomed, your kids can celebrate spring by transforming white coffee filters into bunches of these bright bouquets.
4. Paper Plate Caterpillar
These cute little critters are easy to make and fun for kids to paint and personalize.
5. Colorful Windsocks
Ideal for spring winds, this craft is made with materials you already have at home.
6. Plastic Spoon Flower
This blossomed flower craft looks just like a tulip!
7. Caterpillar Pom Pom Craft
Use pom poms to create this cute fuzzy creature and incorporate elements of sensory play into the crafting.
8. Paper Flower Crowns
Create a whimsical flower headpiece that the kids can wear for pretend play again, and again!
9. Bird Nest
Recycle bits of paper to build this cute nest and use the opportunity to talk with your kids about how real birds’ nests are made.
10. Paint Up a Storm
Here’s a fun way for kids to ride out a rainy or gloomy spring day: let your young artists paint up a storm!
11. Paper Straw Flowers
Enjoying playtime in the sunshine? The kids can sip on a refreshing drink using these DIY flower straws.
12. Rain Cloud Paper Craft
Spring is full of showers, so this is the perfect craft to make inside while it’s raining outside! Use this opportunity to ask your kids how they think rain falls.
13. Popsicle Stick Baby Chicks
These little feathery chicks make cute keepsakes, since they include your kids’ handprints, too! While crafting the chicks, talk to your kids about the shapes they are building with the popsicle sticks.
14. Thumbprint Flower Cards
These festive and cheery handmade cards are perfect to mail to Grandma or give to a favorite teacher.
15. Paper Plate Flowers
This simple flower craft is perfect for the little ones that are still learning scissor skills.
16. Spring Chicks
Recycle empty egg cartons to create these adorable baby chicks. Chirp, chirp!