I think Spring is possibly the most anticipated season of the year? There’s always an excitement when you spot the first daffodils or spring lambs and these spring crafts for toddlers are a great way to share that excitement with younger kids! We love sharing crafts for toddlers and have shared so many on our site that parents have loved creating with their kids and enjoying some special time together, I hope you’ll enjoy these easy and fun ideas just as much.
Spring Crafts for Toddlers
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In this round up you’ll find loads of spring craft ideas for one, two and three year olds. Obviously there can be a lot of difference between what a child who has just turned one and a child who has just turned three can do (and a lot of difference between kids the same age!) so take a look through the list and find the ideas that you think your child will enjoy the most, after all no one knows your child like you do!
As well as the spring crafts I’m sharing today you’ll also find some ideas for spring themed stories to share with your child and at the end of the post you’ll find some more of our most popular crafts for toddlers to try another day. Want to make sure you remember all the ideas here? Make sure that you bookmark this page or pin an image so that you’ve got them all on hand right when you need them.
All the spring crafts for toddlers that I’m sharing today are listed in the same order that they’re shown in the collages below to make it a bit easier for you to find the tutorials for the ones you fancy the most. There are more ideas than you’ll just see in the images so do take a moment to read through them all and find yourself some new ideas to try out this year.
Sadly spring isn’t all about sunshine (I wish!) so this paper plate umbrella craft is a good one to make with toddlers.
Make and decorate this pretty butterfly craft that’s a great way to use up old packaging.
This simple flower craft is a great way for younger kids to practice their scissor skills.
Make a simple rainbow craft with this tutorial from School Time Snippets for blotto rainbow art.
A Dab of Glue Will Do shares a lovely tutorial for making potato printed flowers.
Make this cute paper plate bee craft from Non-Toy Gifts.
I adore this yarn wrapped rainbow that School Time Snippets made with her toddler, it’s great for colour recognition and just so pretty!
My daughter made this paper plate sun when she was a toddler and it’s so cheerful it always puts a smile on my face aswell!
These easy mosaic flowers are a good way to practice scissor skills too.
This easy chick craft is super easy to paint and looks super cute too.
Fun With Mama shares a sweet invitation to create egg carton spring bugs.
Encourage kids to get into gardening by making these paint poured flower pots – these would make great gifts too!
Views From A Step Stool shares a gorgeous rainbow streamer craft.
Make a super cute doily rabbit craft.
My daughter made this ladybird craft when she was two.
This sponge printed sheep craft is great for toddlers as they can easily grab the large sponge and parents can help cut out the parts of the sheep.
The Best Ideas for Kids shares a tutorial for making some cute butterfly handprint cards.
These flower suncatchers from Messy Little Monster use real flowers and are great for working on fine motor skills too.
Create some cherry blossom with this spring tree craft using Duplo.
Grab the cotton wool and make some yogurt pot sheep.
This button flower craft is a good way for young kids fine motor skills too – my daughter made these when she was two but I would use larger buttons with young kids, supervise and obviously skip this one if you have a child that likes to put everything in their mouth (my daughter was fine with this but also used to run across playgroups to try and eat playdough so I do know that all kids are different!)
I love this spring chick craft from Teaching 2 and 3 Year Olds that’s good for fine motor skills aswell.
The Gingerbread House has a lovely post on creating flowers with recycled cardboard which is a great way for kids to do some painting.
Non-Toy Gifts shares how to make a simple coffee filter ladybird
This tutorial for making paper plate ladybirds is super cute too!
This cute craft from Red Ted Art is a great way to share about spring colours with toddlers.
Fun Handprint Art shares a tutorial for making handprint flowers.
I love this sweet toddler-made handprint butterfly craft from Fun Handprint Art
This thumbprint rabbit craft would be great for Easter as well as spring.
There’s some cardboard roll printed flowers elsewhere in this post but this is another way to make them from 3 Dinosaurs and I love that both ideas are done so differently but both look great!
Spring Books for Toddlers
We love sharing books together and it’s a great way to wind down after a busy arts and crafts session. My kids have always loved books on a theme and we’ve always used one of these bookcases to make it easier for them to find the ones they’d like to read. These spring themed books all look great fun and perfect for toddlers – which would your toddler choose to share with you?
- Little Blue Trucks Springtime by Alice Schertle
- Planting a Rainbow by Lois Ehlert
- That’s Not My Bunny by Fiona Watt
More Crafts for Toddlers
These Mothers Day crafts for toddlers are super cute and there’s over 35 gorgeous ideas to inspire you.
We love these St Patricks Day activities for toddlers – perfect for making sure that all the family can join in with the celebrations!
Finally if your child loves Dear Zoo then you’ll both love these Dear Zoo activities and crafts with loads of fun ideas for things you can do together.