How You Should Spend Your Time with Kids During the Spring

Here’s How You Should Spend Your Time with Kids During the Spring


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    Guide to How You Should Spend Your Time with Kids During the Spring! The rituals and ceremonies that focus on its importance in food production. At this time of year all plants, including those planted, begin to regenerate after winter sleep. Animals are also affected by this season as they emerge from their hibernation and begin their nesting and breeding activities. Some of the most important reasons that make this season special are listed below:

    This is How You Should Spend Your Time with Kids During the Spring!

    How You Should Spend Your Time with Kids

    Sunshine: After a cold and dark winter, sunlight in the spring comes to make your soul smile! Not only is the sun shining but you feel the slight warmth of a big yellow ball in the sky

    Perfect Temperatures: Spring is in the middle of the two worst weather seasons – heavy winters and hot summers. That’s why this beautiful season brings us the right temperatures to pursue cool outdoor adventures and enjoy a wonderful evening curled up with a smooth outfit.

    Flowers Everywhere: After a long and difficult winter, spring rewards our anticipation with glorious flowers! Starting with the early snow, beautiful flowering plants appear everywhere you go.

    Flower Craft 

    How You Should Spend Your Time with Kids

    Spring and flowers go hand in hand. You cannot imagine a spring without flowers. So there should be without any doubt, the first thing we are going to learn is flower craft.

    Paper Plate Daffodil Craft

    In the Spring the days are finally starting to warm up. This cool paper plate Daffodil Craft is the perfect way to celebrate Spring, Easter, or Mother’s Day!

    How You Should Spend Your Time with Kids

    This daffodil artwork allows kids to grow their spring flowers over and over again. Small hands can pull down daffodil flowers to hide in a grassy hill and a simple push allows them to grow and blossom like real daffodil flowers!

    This daffodil artwork is very fun and goes well with Springtime learning projects or as a beautiful Mother’s Day art or Easter art too.

    Handprint Flower Craft

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    Looking for a personal project from your kindergarten? Or want to make a reminder with your child or grandparents? Take non-toxic fingerprints and let the fun tread on you (little feet also make beautiful flowers too). Getting dirty is fun too!

    Trace his or her hand on the white card and count them (or draw the shapes) in crayons.

    Paper Flower Bouquet Craft

    This colorful spring design is easily adapted to kids of all ages. Children can paint a template, or use crayons, markers, or colored pencils.

    How You Should Spend Your Time with Kids

    There are thousands of flower craft ideas but there are many flower bouquet crafts ideas available on the internet. So here is a very simple and easy bouquet craft idea to make at home.

    Cupcake Liner Flower Craft

    How You Should Spend Your Time with Kids

    Cupcake flower blossoms are one of my favorite crafts to make with children because they only need the basics, they are easy to combine, and no matter how often we make them, the kids always seem to do them differently than before. Read on to see how we made these lovely flowers. It is so much fun to see your child’s creative process all the way and how they decorate their cake line flowers. We have done this work of art many times and each time, the flowers come out very differently.

    Easy Pipe Cleaner Daffodils

    How You Should Spend Your Time with Kids

    These simple pipe cleaners’ daffodils should be the PRETTIEST things I have ever done with the kids! I really can’t help but buy some cleaning supplies. I see them at the dollar store all with bright colors and a rainbow, and my cunning brain comes in and I find myself throwing their bags into the shopping cart without thinking about it.

    After that, I bring them home and I don’t have any IDEA what to do with them. What do you use to clean the pipe? If you are like me and don’t know what to do with the pipe cleaners, then you will love these flowers! They are very easy to make and look great when you are done! Flowers of pipe cleaning! Who knew it was a thing?!

    How You Should Spend Your Time with Kids

    Special Family Days

    Each month there are many special days and holidays that we can celebrate with the children, and we often use them as a learning tool. There are already popular holidays like Valentine’s Day, Christmas, and Easter. So for such special occasions, I have special crafts for children that will surely love and enjoy.

    Pop-Up Cards

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    There is nothing special you need to do with the pop-up cards – no printing, no double cuts, no change in page depth. I have included which lines have been drilled so more than one pass is what you need. Cut into a simple cardstock, then fold it back against your favorite colored or portable cardboard. This is a very simple craft and is used as a gift on many occasions.

    Heart Corner Bookmarks

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    They can be bookmarks in the corner of your mother’s book that are beautiful, and you can make them personal by writing a special text on them. Corner bookmarks are a great start for kids and beginners and with the magic of the scissors after that, you can turn them into a heart. Your heart-shaped bookmark is ready to be given to your mother on mother’s day.

    You can continue to decorate them with a custom note or add an arrow or paper wings to make them look more fun.

    Lolly Pop Bunnies

    How You Should Spend Your Time with Kids

    These bunny lollipops are lovely! And they will do you good with an Easter basket! Or a good treat to put on the Easter table. Or good art to do with your kids. They are so beautiful and even if you do a few of them with your kids, your kids will think you are so wonderful, to have come up with such an incredible idea.

    Pom-Pom Bunny Eggs

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    Breathe a certain life into your home by spreading a lovely colony of weak rabbits. To make, cut a 6 pipe piece and fold it in half to form an” M “shape. Then twist the two edges of the pipe cleaner together to create rabbit ears. Using craft glue, glue the ears behind the pom-pom to form a bunny head. When dry, attach the pom-pom to a small end of the egg and let it dry. Customize your bunny by adding a small bow tie to the string of your choice.

    Bunny Ears Headband

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    Make your child the perfect accessory for Easter Sunday: bunny headband! If you want to cover the headband with ribbon, glue one end of the belt under the head with hot glue and wrap the headband until it is completely covered, add small dots of hot glue as you go. To make rabbit ears, cut the length of the pipe cleaning to about 20 “and then fold the other half in half.

    Twist the edges together and apply hot glue, hold the twisted edges on the headband. Fill the crown with a floral arrangement, hot to place. It is a little harder craft so the kids will need the help of the parents.

    Insects Crafts

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    Do you know a child who loves insects? In this post, find the art of more than 5 simple and fun insects suitable for summer camp, kindergarten, garden, or birthday parties, or as a relaxing and clever way to tie your child home. Crafts are essential when it comes to organizing fun activities to enjoy all spring. And trust me when I say these insect artworks will keep your kids entertained for hours.

    Caterpillar Craft

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    Spring is the perfect season for caterpillar crafts! Whether kids are learning about insects, spring, blending colors, or simply enjoying a creative activity at home, this easy and fun caterpillar craft is a fun way to extend your spring unit.

    Use a combination of red and orange for the caterpillar’s head, and blue, yellow, and green for the caterpillar’s body. This colorful craft would look adorable on a school bulletin board or at home on the refrigerator. You could even write numbers on the caterpillar to teach counting.

    Paper Plate Butterfly Craft

    How You Should Spend Your Time with Kids

    Butterflies are cool insects, aren’t they? I have always liked not only that the caterpillars become butterflies, but also that it sounds fun to see a butterfly flying. Anyway – most kids love to see butterflies, so I have shared here is cool paper plate butterfly craft tips to help kids make it.

    Paper Plate Ladybug

    How You Should Spend Your Time with Kids

    Kids of all ages will enjoy learning how to make a lovely Paper Plate Ladybug Craft in the spring. This artwork is perfect for home, school, or camp! Crafting is a great way to keep art, learning skills, and motor-motor skills fully out in the spring. I love pairing handicrafts and children’s books. It’s such a fun way to spend quality time with kids.

    Popsicle Stick Bee Craft

    How You Should Spend Your Time with Kids

    Check out this Craft Cute Popsicle Stick Bee. These bees are adorable, with yellow and black stripes and brightly colored wings that look super beautiful!

    These homemade bees are easy to make with pop sticks that you may be hiding in your art closet. This beautiful beehive for spring and summer with young children is an awesome way to spend time.

    Egg Carton Bee Craft

    How You Should Spend Your Time with Kids

    Make this beautiful bee craft using an egg box and string! This simple insect activity is great for kindergarten and nursery and is perfect for spring, summer, or Earth Day. As the weather gets warmer, we have been seeing all kinds of bed bugs and insects outside- especially bees! So I decided to use the egg box as the basis for our wonderful baby bee project. I love the simplicity of this art project and I really like the good practice that kids will get to experience.

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