Well Hello Spring…good to see you!! It’s the first day of Spring today, so time to share Spring Activities to Use in the Classroom! Whether it’s still snowing where you live or if the pollen is already causing you allergy fits, the ‘official’ Spring season has arrived, so time to have some sunny, warm fun!

The best Spring Activities for kindergarteners.

Here in Las Vegas, it’s already sunny and warm and while we don’t really have a ‘Spring’ season, that doesn’t stop us from teaching about it in our classrooms. Many of you know, I am a lover and FIRM believer of hands-on learning. So, I’ve compiled all of my go-to Spring activities and ideas to share with all of you primary teachers! I have included great picture books to use as read-alouds or even as ‘research’ books to use during writing. I included some great digital activities, printables and art projects that integrate literacy, math, sensory and STEM.

These activities are engaging, easy to prep and perfect for Spring!

Digital Spring Activities

Printable Spring Activities

If you like our Count & Match, we have a year long bundle with counting mats for 11 months!

An engaging printable craft to help teach students each stage of the Butterfly Life Cycle.

For the How To & Supplies List for this Butterfly Life Cycle Activity, click here.

Favorite Spring Books

Llama Llama Easter Egg Book

Happy Easter Mouse Book

Mashmallow Book

Duck and Goose – Here Comes the Easter Bunny Book

Spring is Here Book

A Rainbow of My Own Book

The Tiny Seed Book

From Seed to Plant Book – Gail Gibbons

Planting a Rainbow

When Spring Comes

Animals in Spring Book

Weather in Spring

Everything Spring

The Reason for a Flower Book

Chickens Aren’t the Only Ones Who Lay Eggs Book

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