Tag Archives : Spring


Colorful Leaf Art Activity for Kids

  I love all the beautiful colors God has surrounded us with! Especially in spring and fall when new life is budding, or when they’re changing colors in preparation for the coming winter. One of our favorite activities to do is crafts with leaves.   As soon as we see fun colors outside the kids start begging to go out…

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Rainbow Eraser Painting

For this stART project, we read What Makes a Rainbow? by Betty Ann I got the eraser dot painting idea from Mama Jenn’s Blog. And just to make life easier, I downloaded this rainbow worksheet from Making Learning Fun. I put out paint cups with red, yellow, and blue paint in them. Then we mixed them together to make the…

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Salad Spinner Spring Flowers

Supplies: Salad Spinner (Yes, I said salad spinner) Food coloring (I used non-toxic paint too, but it didn’t spin as well) Paper (I used construction paper and paper plates) Popsicle sticks or straws for the stems Vase to display! (You can also stick them in clumps of play-doh for a base) Step 1: Cut the paper to fit inside your…

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Tissue Paper Butterfly Craft

Since our coffee filter butterfly craft didn’t go so well, we decided to try the tissue paper one this time. They liked and the finished products were reall pretty especially my 6 year olds. She diligently crumpled up her paper and glued it on so carefully! This was however a test of patience for my 5yr old, he’s always looking…

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