A variety of activities about spring, including writing a recipe for mud pie, planting a garden, making paper flowers, and much more
Celebrate spring with your entire class! With these engaging activities, students will complete easy gardening projects and spring puzzles! Celebrate spring with easy gardening for spring and spring puzzles!
This spring unit provides a variety of ideas to celebrate spring, including naming things that begin with letters spelling 'spring,' making a picture of a bird in a nest, writing a cinquain, unscrambling names of flowers, using story starters, and more. (Find additional spring units by keying in 'Spring Activities.')
This spring unit provides blank calendar forms for March, April, and May, along with six directions of numbers to add and pictures to draw. (Find additional spring units by keying in 'Spring Activities.')
This spring unit provides two activities about butterflies, including a cut-and-paste page showing a butterfly life cycle and directions for writing a butterfly shape poem. (Find additional spring units by keying in 'Spring Activities.')
This spring unit presents a variety of activities about bunnies (sometimes connected to the Easter holiday and sometimes to the season), including a crossword puzzle, word search, making a dancing hare, and more. (Find additional spring units by keying in 'Spring Activities.')
Two activities in recognition of spring, including writing words in categories that begin with a letter in the word spring and a page of information to read about the first day of spring with three questions to answer.
Celebrate spring with your entire class! With these engaging activities, students will complete a tree themed art project! Celebrate spring by this tree themed art activity!
Celebrate spring with your entire class! With these engaging activities, students will create themed coupons and clip art! Celebrate spring with themed coupons and clip art!
(Level 4 Marie Clay Reading Recovery) This reproducible minibook reflects the happy times of spring. Students may read the story independently, share at home with family, and build their own library of books.
This writing activity encourages students to write a cheer or chant for spring and even to include making up actions to go with the words. An example of both a cheer and a chant are included on the page.
Three simple activities about Spring, including coloring a picture and reading a poem, making a minibook, and cutting out and gluing pieces of a picture.
Four simple activities about animals that come along in spring. Includes matching mothers and babies, gluing and counting baby birds in a nest, and two activity pages about butterflies.
A variety of language activities for Spring, including unscrambling words, sequencing pictures for growing a pea plant and a butterfly, putting words in alphabetical order, and choosing antonyms.
“Spring into Weather” has been prepared to help you begin your unit on weather. The informational texts will introduce kids to weather, the water cycle, and the sun. The poem pages about weather double as coloring pages that kids will love.
Brighten the classroom with these beautifully illustrated patterns for spring. The projects are designed to build visual-motor coordination and scissor skills as children color, cut, and put together the patterns. They lend themselves to bulletin board decorations, hall displays, mobiles, and more. The patterns in this packet include a duck, rain clouds, a kite, a butterfly, a caterpillar, and more.