Tired of Winter?
I need some free spring activities because I am so tired of winter! I want warm weather, sunshine, and the scents of growing things in the air. Spring fever is alive and well at my house.
For the last two weeks of this month, I’m planning on doing some free spring activities with my kids. I’m working on creating a unit study for Spring as well. (Stay tuned for details!)
I want to get outside, get into nature, and breathe in the fresh Spring air. Too bad, it’s cold and windy today. Where’s the sun!?
So while we’re waiting for Spring to (finally) arrive, here’s a list of some activities for you do to with your kids.
Remember, spring starts Tuesday, March 20th.
List of free spring activities:
2Starting with the younger grades, check out In All You Do‘s spring line. These free printables are great ways to get your little ones practicing their skills while having fun with spring. They’ve got playdough mats and notebooking pages, plus these cool “I Spy” fun kits. What a great excuse to get out into nature and play “I spy” with your kids!
Also for younger kids, Proverbial Homemaker offers this amazing Free Spring Activities Printable learning pack. From coloring sheets, spring themed tracing, mazes, vocabulary and even some math size sequencing cards, your preschooler will have a blast, and not even know they’re learning.
For your early elementary (and even older students), Kitchen Table Classroom has you covered. These Spring art and notebooking prompts look fantastic! Get your kids’ creative juices flowing and make spring happen indoors, even if it isn’t happening outside. Just look at the opportunity for color!
Now here’s a treat. Life Led Homeschool has a fully planned out, complete with printable activities, resources and links to sources, lesson on bees and beekeeping. Spring is all about flowers, and what better way to learn about spring than to learn about bees? They’ve even got a section on creating your own pollinator-friendly garden! How cool is that?!
And Year Round Homeschooling has some more awesome Spring writing prompts. While not free, there are 70+ notebooking pages to get your older kids thinking and writing. I love colorful printables, and these are definitely colorful!
For more great resources, The Frugal Homeschooling Mom has a list of 28 and counting different printables, activities and ideas for your Spring learning sessions.