With the temperatures quickly rising, it’s time to get artsy with some fun sensory spring crafts for kids – here’s a short list to kick-start your art and craft imagination!
This is an easy activity for young children to work on! Create springtime flowers by painting the bottom of a soda bottle and then stamping it on your craft paper. The stem can be created with watercolors or food coloring and water.
This craft only requires a few supplies! You will need pipe cleaners, pony beads, googly eyes, tape, and scissors. Follow the directions to make these adorable dragonflies with your kids.
Rainy showers bring May flowers! Chat about weather with your child and make these fun, paper umbrellas!
Use one of these fruity fans to cool down after a hot day outside! This activity requires a drill, so your child will need an adult to help them complete their craft.
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