With the temperatures slowly warming up, it’s time to get creative with some fun and colorful easy spring crafts for toddlers! While spring is a wonderful time for outdoor play, there are also plenty of rainy days stuck inside. Here are some of my favorite simple and easy spring crafts for toddlers when you need some extra ideas!
Any parent will tell you: we LOVE spring! After all of the days stuck inside during the winter months, spring is such a fun and special time when you have little ones at home. It’s such a great time of year to get outside and learn about the world!
It’s also a wonderful time to create some beautiful crafts that help to reinforce everything they’re learning about the world around them – like bugs, weather, flowers and more!
In this collection of simple and easy spring crafts for toddlers, you’ll find a variety of super simple projects your toddler and preschooler can manage with just a little bit of extra help.
These 12 easy spring crafts for toddlers and preschoolers are sure to add some joy to your sunny days, too! From rainbows and butterflies, to flowers and nature, these simple crafts are the perfect way to celebrate the warmer weather.
These spring crafts for toddlers are also a great way to help develop fine motor skills!
Be sure to pin or bookmark this list of simple and easy spring crafts for toddlers and preschoolers so you have it handy when those rainy days pop up!
Simple and Easy Spring Crafts for Toddlers and Preschoolers
F is for Flower Activity
Learning about the letter F with this F is for flower is perfect for spring! These super cute flower activities are so much fun for toddlers.
Cardboard Tube Binoculars
These cardboard tube binoculars are a great rainy day craft for kids. They can use them to go bird watching, as a camp craft, or as a nature craft!
Toilet Paper Roll Bird Feeder
Our cute toilet paper roll bird feeder craft is easy to make and so much fun to watch the birds flock and come grab a bite!
Grow Your Own Rainbow
Grow your own rainbow and learn about weather. Perfect spring project for toddlers
Drip Paint Pots
Using beautiful colors of your choice, you can create stunning drip painted clay pots that are fun for everyone.
Handprint Chicken Craft
Easy spring chick project for toddlers. This handprint craft project is perfect for toddlers and so much fun.
DIY Upcycled Toilet Paper Seeding Pots
Fun, easy, and enjoyed by both kiddos and adults, these Upcycled Toilet Paper Seedling Pots reuse old paper towel rolls and teach kids about plant growth and gardening. An easy indoor activity for cold, wet weather.
Egg Carton Nature Project for Kids
An egg carton nature project is the best (and most fun) way to teach kids about the great outdoors. It’s a great learning activity to get the kids out of the classroom and outside to explore.
Popsicle Stick Smiley Sun Crafts
Grab some popsicle sticks and construction paper and you can make this fun popsicle stick sun craft! This would make a cute and fun classroom or homeschool room decoration for the spring and summer.
Coffee Filter Butterfly
This coffee filter butterflies craft is such a cute and fun craft to make with your kids this spring!
Rainbow Mickey Mouse Craft
Spark JOY with these colorful rainbow creations! With a paper plate, cotton balls and a little paint you can make your very own Rainbow Mickey Mouse craft!
Toilet Paper Roll Butterfly
Help your kids create cute and creative creations with this toilet paper roll butterfly craft for kids. Here’s how to make them!
Looking for even more fun crafts for your toddlers? Check out Easy Valentine’s Day Crafts for Toddlers!
I LOVE spring because it means more outdoor time for the entire family, and with littles it’s so fun to focus on the wonder of the world around us. After a long, cold winter these easy spring crafts for toddlers are sure to put a smile on all of your faces!
I hope this list of simple crafts that are perfect for your little crafter gives you some inspiration! Let me know in the comments which one is your favorite, and if you try any be sure to tag me on Instagram @simply.siobhan and using the hashtag #mimosasandmotherhood. I love to see what y’all are creating!