Are you looking for super cool things to do with kids this Spring? You’re at the right place!
This list of fun kid’s activities will have the kids letting loose and having a blast! With the weather in full bloom during spring, so many fun adventures are waiting! Make sure to peek at our tips on how to Get Outside with Awesome Activities for Spring!
All of these activities are a great way for the family to bond and join in on the fun as well! Don’t miss these fun spring activities for kids!
If you’re looking for great ideas and fun activities, check out these family-friendly day trips and other fun Spring break ideas. There are art projects and crafts ideas on this list that the kids will love!
What is included in this spring fun printable?
This free printable is jam-packed with 50 ideas that are so much fun! These spring-themed crafts for kids will encourage them to be creative and also get outside for some fresh air, too!
All of these ideas are perfect for a spring day, so don’t forget to print this out so they can start planning out their days!
What it includes:
This free printable includes 50 spring ideas and activities that the kids are going to love. You’ll have to get the printable for the full list but here is a small sample of what to expect:
- Build a fort
- Catch butterflies
- Walk the trails
- Have a family game night
- Pick up litter
- Make pizza
- Attend a festival
- Hide Easter eggs
And the list goes on and on. As you can see, so many fun things for the kids to do! And you can easily add to this list as well!
Fun ways to use this printable:
There is always room to add in more fun Spring crafts and activities! Since a lot of these work on fine motor skills, you can build on that or try another new avenues of learning and fun as well.
Create a scavenger hunt
Look through the printable and create a fun scavenger hunt for the kids to do with some of the items on the list. This will give them excitement and have them up and moving, too.
Challenge the kids to complete as many as they can
Take a break from the screens for the day and challenge the kids to complete as many as they can in a 2 hour period. They’ll love the friendly competition and you’ll love them being excited about this activity.
Use this as a brainstorm session for the other seasons
This list is a great example of how simple it can be to have seasonal fun. Sit down as a family and create a list of 50 things for summer, winter, and fall as well!