From flowers and trees to butterflies and bees, these spring crafts for preschoolers are the perfect way to add some color and sunshine to your home while you are waiting for warmer weather to get outside and play!
Each of these craft ideas is perfect for a homeschool preschool activity!
Get ready for some preschool spring craft fun with the kid-tested, mom-approved activities below!
Making the Preschool Spring Crafts
Before launching into arts and crafts time, make sure you have the supplies you need to create the crafts you want to do.
While each craft below has its own materials list, there are some general supplies that are always good to have on hand when making preschool crafts.
Those materials include:
- white paper plates
- brown paper lunch bags
- construction paper
- glue sticks
- kid-safety scissors
- waterproof markers
- a plastic tablecloth to protect your workspace
We suggest making a simple arts & crafts tub that you can pull out whenever the creative spirit hits!
The Best Spring Crafts for Preschoolers
Sheep Craft for Preschoolers
This adorable sheep is perfect for spring!
Toilet Roll Stamp Flowers – Spring Art for Kids
Learn how to make toilet roll stamp flowers, a fun and easy craft for kids this spring. Make a field of wildflowers, or a bouquet for mothers day. These DIY paint stamps are so easy to make. Your Toddlers and preschoolers will love this art activity.
Spring Fingerprint Tree Craft
This thumbprint craft is great for little hands to practice those fine motor skills while creating a beautiful Spring tree!
Colourful Paper Flower Wreath Craft
This Colorful Paper Flower Wreath Craft is adorable and works well on any interior door to add a floral element to your home decor. With the included template, this wreath comes together with ease.
Paper Plate Bee Craft For Kids [Free Template]
Looking for a fun and easy spring craft for kids to make? This paper plate bee craft is perfect!
Paper Roll Butterfly Craft
Kids will be fascinated by these whimsical paper roll butterfly craft. You can use a fishing line to hang the butterfly in a window to bring a bit of nature indoors. These lovely insects can also be used to add a bit of whimsy to a garden.
Spring Play Dough Flowers
This Spring Play Dough Flowers activity is a perfect way to promote fine motor skills in a toddler or preschool aged child. It is also wonderful as a Spring themed activity.
Hammering Flowers Art
Hammering flower art is a fun Spring activity for kids. Burn off a whole lot of toddler and preschooler energy with this fun process art idea.
Clothespeg Bird Craft for Kids
Learn how to make birds that won’t fly away when your kids go bird spotting in the garden. The free printable bird spotting book makes this outdoor scavenger hunt even more exciting as kids spend the day exploring the garden.
Make Spring Flower Garland With Craft Foam and Pom Poms
This fun, easy craft for you to do with your children is a great way to add a touch of spring to your home. It makes great spring door swag or can be used as a spring flower garland for your mantel or windows.
Egg Carton Rainbow Craft for Kids
April showers bring May flowers! Celebrate spring with this cute egg carton rainbow craft with your kids.
Easy Origami Tulip Tutorial with Step by Step Instructions
These Paper Tulips are super easy and would look great on a greeting card, as part of a big collage, or make them with stems and have them as “stand alone” decorations.
Smiley Butterfly Craft for Kids
This smiley butterfly craft is so much fun and easy to make thanks to the printable template. The kids can choose their favorite construction paper color to make these butterflies.
Paper Plate Ladybugs
These paper plate ladybugs are a great painting project for kids of all ages. It's awesome for helping fine-tune your child's motor skills while having lots of fun in the process!
Spring Puppet Crafts
These spring puppet crafts are so darling and are full of bright color! They are simple to make and a perfect craft for kids!
Transform everyday items into colorful yarn flowers this spring! This spring-themed art and craft activity works well for so many ages and is amazing for building fine motor skills as well as exploring new textures.