I’ve previously shared a free tree template on this site and I know that a lot of you have used it for four season crafts so I wanted to be able to share something specific that you could download and use just for that.
This printable four seasons tree template is perfect for this and it comes with both UK and US spellings so everyone can join in the fun.
What You'll Find on This Page
Four Seasons Tree Printable
Four seasons crafts for kids are always really popular as children learn about the different times of the year.
They’re a really good activity to make with children the whole year round and are a nice way to help kids to observe the changes around them.
As there’s a difference in the UK and US spellings (autumn and fall) I’m sharing two different versions so that you can choose the terminology that’s used where you live.
As the letters are in bubble writing your child can also color in the seasons names if they would like.
I’ll be sharing some crafts made with this template, like the video you can see on this page, but you’ll also find some ideas below for four seasons crafts that you can make with your child.
You’ll also find a link to our popular tree template where you’ll find even more ideas for tree crafts for each season.
Like this idea but can’t get to a printer right now? Make sure that you pin this page or bookmark it so that you can return to it when you’re ready to get crafting.
Love easy crafts? We’ve got free templates for kids crafts for every season.
What Happens To The Tree In Each Of The Four Seasons?
The seasons that you show on your tree will depend on whether you live in the Northern or Southern Hemisphere. As I live in the Northern Hemisphere these are the ones I’ve done but obviously if you live in the Southern Hemisphere then just change them over accordingly.
- In the spring the weather starts to warm up and deciduous trees start to grow leaves again. You can also find blossom on lots of trees which is a great way to decorate your spring tree.
- In summer the tree has it’s full green leaves and the blossom will have gone.
- In autumn (or fall) the weather begins to cool and deciduous trees start to lose their leaves. Before they fall the leaf colours can change and as well as green leaves you may find reds, yellows, oranges and browns.
- In winter deciduous trees have lost their leaves. In most four seasons art this is shown by leaving the tree trunk blank and adding some snow or ice to decorate the picture with instead.
Four Seasons Project Ideas
Make a four seasons tree craft with q-tips (cotton buds)
Use sponges like we’ve done with this four seasons tree painting idea.
Cut up scrap paper to make a collage on each tree depending on the season. Go with green for summer and add pink blossom for spring, oranges, reds and yellows for autumn and either leave it blank or add some white for winter.
Paint each tree using finger painting, this would make a cute keepsake too.
Use pieces of coloured scrunched tissue paper to decorate your tree.
For a super simple activity you can just use this as a four seasons tree colouring page and grab the colouring pencils and crayons and let your child colour in the sheet.
Free Tree Template
Fancy making a larger project? You can find out free tree template here which is perfect for larger artworks. If you want to do a four seasons craft with it you could always place four printables next to each other.
Four Seasons Activity Sheets
As well as this printable we also have some free four seasons activity sheets with more activities for you to try with your child. If you’re learning about the different seasons then they’re great to take a look at too.
This template is free for personal and school / preschool use only. You are free to print as many copies as you would like but you may not edit or sell this PDF.
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