Spring is finally here, and it’s the perfect time to get your preschoolers involved in fun and educational activities that celebrate the season. With the weather warming up and nature coming to life, there are plenty of printable spring activities that can keep your little ones engaged and learning. In this blog post, we’ll explore some great printable spring activities for preschoolers that parents and educators can use to teach and entertain their children.
Preschoolers need a lot of practice in fine motor skills and these free spring printables are a great way to get them working on those.
The printable activities below include a link to each one. Be sure to check out the printable pack that suits your kids this spring season!
I even have some super fun and free printable to work on lowercase letters, uppercase letter ideas and more.
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Preschool Spring Theme
Using themes is a fun way to get kids excited about literacy skills. I use sensory bottles, sensory bins and printable activities.
These are so much fun for early learners. Surely sensory bin is a great way to get kids involved in their learning.
Young children always need different ways to engage with their learning. And these spring theme activities are perfect for that!
Spring fine motor activities for preschoolers
Check out this spring bundle of printable activities for preschoolers.
Each task in the bundle includes a way to get kids involved in counting, beginning sounds, literacy and more. Add this bundle to your preschool themes this year!
This printable activity above will get kids working on their fine motor skills, their letter recognition skills and more with just one activity.
They get to choose a pollen letter card, then add the pom pom to cover and match the same letter on the flower.
This 2d spring themed shape activity is great for preschoolers and kindergarten kids alike!
Have them swat the flies to identify the matching shapes!
This super fun spring counting activity is perfect for preschoolers and kinder kids.
Add some plastic links and these cards and you’re set!
Spring Preschool worksheets
It’s a beautiful time of the year to have lots of fun working on these activities! This spring pack below is perfect for letter recognition. Just add some coloring pencils and scissors.
The kids will love cutting and pasting these printable puzzles to match the letters.
See the full printable Letter Matching Spring Puzzles here!
If you are working on spring name writing (which I always am at this time of year) – this printable and editable pack of spring chicks is perfect!
I even use them with kindergarten age children. It’s a great addition to your spring preschool theme or spring arts and crafts too.
See the editable spring name template here.
Spring fun activities
These early learning activities for letter recognition are perfect and EACH and every year, we use the same mats.
These make a perfect addition to your preschool spring printables. Just add them to file folders or even laminate them and re-use them.
See these spring ABC I spy printable mats here which include numbers to 10 as well as a bonus!
Another fun spring learning pack is this cut and paste math picture puzzles which cover a variety of skills and make a fantastic way to learning numbers.
Kids will cut and paste the matching puzzle piece to create the correct puzzle.
They will also spring trace each number before they paste their piece onto it! So much fun and gets the kids into spring weather!
Another fun learning activity in small groups is this printable word order picture match sentences.
I have shared these sentence word jumble ideas before in previous posts and included some freebies too.
See this spring theme printable sight word activities here.
Another fun printable booklet I made during the lockdown era, is this spring themed take home booklet with simple cut and paste pages that parents and educators can send home to do with their kids.
It includes over 50 pages along with editable templates for names and sight words!
Free printable spring activities
I have also shared so many free printables here on this blog, see the activities below!
Coloring pages are a great way to engage children’s creativity and introduce them to spring-themed topics.
There are numerous printable coloring pages available online, including images of flowers, butterflies, and baby animals.
You can also find coloring pages that teach children about the changing seasons and the different types of weather that come with spring.
Check out these super fun and free coloring pages from Arty Crafty Kids.
Young learners love coloring pages because they help them work on their patience skills as well as their little finger muscles.
Free spring printables
Looking for a fun and cute bunny craft printable? Also looking to build those all important fine motor skills?
This Easter bunny craft is also a very popular name craft in our classroom. It’s a fun way to learn all about spring animals.
All you need for this craft is a black marker, a glue stick, the template below and white paper.
Kids love playing puzzles, they will love matching the flowers to the correct pots in this fun phonics game!
This alphabet upper and lowercase printable will explore beginning sounds as well as matching ABC worksheet ideas. This would be a great activity for spring.
There are so many ways to practice pencil grip and strengthen those small finger muscles at home.
If your child needs more pre -writing activities tailored to suit their level of learning, find 5 of the best ways you can support their finger muscles with materials you have at home!
Preschool is such a fun time for kids learning to write. They need plenty of practice on fine motor and prewriting skills.
Find a SUPER fun printable activity below which will definitely intrigue all children PLUS it includes a way for kids to burn energy around the room.
See over 20 bee crafts and printables here too!
In conclusion, printable spring activities for preschoolers are a great way to engage children’s creativity, teach them about the season, and help them develop new skills.
Whether it’s coloring pages, scavenger hunts, math worksheets, crafts, or science experiments, there’s no shortage of activities to keep your little ones entertained and learning.
So, get printing and enjoy the season with your preschoolers!
Spring Freebie Bundle
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