Ya it's March and with March comes everything rainbows and Leprechauns. Here are some fun and simple spring themed activities that will excite your kiddos to explore and learn.
Spring Themed Activites for Circle Time
With this fun leprechaun pocket chart story children will be identifying numbers as they look for the leprechaun that is hiding.
This is a fun activity to transition your kiddos from circle time to the next activity. You can call children to come up and find the matching clover and then move on to the next activity.
Lucky Ducky likes to find rhymes. You kiddos will enjoy helping lucky ducky find all of his rhymes.
Spring Themed Activities for Small Group
Build kiddos fine motor skills with these fun hole punch clovers. Children can lace yarn through the holes or they could decorate the clover with collage materials.
Pinch cover and match rainbow colors all while building fine motor skills.
Introduce your kiddos to the beginning sounds of L for Leprechaun and R for rainbow.
I love using push and count activities with my kiddos. It is a great way for them to learn about amounts and check their own work.
Spring Themed Activities - Process Art
Set out a try of diffrent shades of green items for your children to cut out and collage a green clover. Turn their art into a bulletin board so they can show off their lucky charms.
Your kiddos will go to the process art center over and over again to create diffrent kinds of rainbows. I mean who doesn't enjoy a good rainbow.
Look at these cuties! Your kiddos will be flocking to the art table to try their hand at drawing their very own Leprechaun.
Spring Themed Activities - Learning Center Ideas
Gold cup stacking and decorating challenge.
Fizzing buckets of color.
Green pea sensory table with scoops, gold buckets, gold nuggets and clover cup cake toppers.
Rainbow noodle necklaces.
Add tempura paint sticks to your easel and watch what they will create.
Spring Themed Activities
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I'm Tami Sanders creator of Learning and Teaching with Preschoolers, a blog to help teachers create magical moments for the young.