Why not help kids celebrate Spring with this Pretty Paper Hyacinth Flower Craft? You can make them in all sorts of bright and cheerful colours everyone will love. Their gorgeous spikes of colour are always such a welcome sight after a long Winter. (Free printable template.)
Have you tried making paper flowers before? These gorgeous Lavender Flowers look so realistic and are surprisingly simple to make! They’re perfect for Mother’s Day, to stick to greeting cards or gifts and even for imaginative play!
Paper Plate Chicks are such a fun Spring craft for kids and of course it’s lovely for Easter too. One of our favourite things about Spring is seeing all the little fluffy yellow chicks. Is there anything else so adorable?
If you’re looking for an unusual and fun way to decorate your eggs this year then these Gnome Easter Eggs could be just what you’re looking for! This Easter craft is lots of fun and a great excuse to crack open the mini marshmallows!
Sponge Flower Painting is simple and easy and creates the prettiest flower pictures! This flower art is great for kids across the age ranges and is a wonderful way to celebrate Spring and Summer. Make wall art, greeting cards or gorgeous Mother’s Day gifts, these painted flowers won’t fail to delight.
Kids will love learning how to make Easter Egg Maracas and making their own music! It’s a simple Spring craft for all ages and a great way to encourage listening skills, music and movement!
Spring Chick Fruit Cups are a delicious and healthy treat your kids will love! They’re so easy to make and such a fun way to celebrate Spring and Easter. Chick fruit pots work really well as a non-candy Easter basket idea and you can pop them into lunchboxes, use them at parties and play dates or just make them for fun to enjoy every day! What a great way to encourage kids to get one of their daily portions of fruit.
Here’s a wonderfully easy and totally edible Peeps Puffy Paint Recipe you can make in just minutes. This homemade paint is fluffy and soft and comes in gorgeous pastel colours perfect for Spring and Summer art. The kids will have a finger licking good time getting creative with this fun and delicious sensory painting idea!