Today I’m sharing with you some gorgeous spring art projects for kids. You’ll find a real range here with really easy ideas that are suitable for toddlers and preschoolers and slightly more complex ideas for older kids.
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The art projects that I’m sharing today appear in the same order as they are in the collages below to make it a bit easier for you to find the ones you like the most. Want to try these out later? Make sure that you bookmark this page or pin an image so that you’ve got them all to hand when you’re ready to try them out – plus keep reading for some fantastic spring books for kids and some great spring craft ideas for kids.
Spring Art Projects for Kids
This butterfly craft is perfect for preschoolers and is a simple painting activity that looks really pretty.
Pre-K Pages has a fantastic raindrop art project that’s great for fine motor skills too.
I Heart Crafty Things shares how to make ladybird and butterfly art using black glue.
Use watercolours to make these beautiful butterflies following this tutorial from I Heart Crafty Things.
Get your kids interested in impressionist art with this Monet water lilies art project from Arty Crafty Kids
Create these pretty weather stained glass suncatchers – perfect for when the sun is shining.
Easy Peasy and Fun shares how to make some fantastic looking butterfly silhouette art.
We shared this simple rain craft with ideas for your kids to paint their own raindrops.
Make some beautiful coffee filter flowers like these ones from Fun-A-Day.
Projects With Kids share a gorgeous tutorial for creating a field of tulips painting using a technique that’s great for fine motor skills too.
I love this spring art project that uses watercolour paints from Buggy and Buddy.
Easy Peasy and Fun shares some gorgeous drip painted flowers that looks really easy to make.
These mixed media flowers from Buggy and Buddy look really cheerful – perfect for brightening up a rainy spring day!
Grab the paints and try out some simple rainbow crafts for kids.
Paint your spring trees with bunches of cotton buds like this idea from Projects With Kids.
Spring Books For Kids
Does your child love sharing books with you? These are some of the ones we love the look of, which would your child enjoy?
- Worm Weather by Jean Taft
- And Then It’s Spring by Julie Fogliano
- A Walk Through The Woods by Louise Greig
Spring Crafts for Kids
Make a cute paper plate rabbit craft – this twirler can be played with or used as a decoration.
This pom pom painted sheep craft is great for younger kids.
Or try this easy chick craft that uses a different and fun painting technique that’s perfect for kids.