Spring is in the air and the kids will be excited for new March crafts to work on. In this fabulous collection, there are fun Spring-themed crafts, along with Easter, Dr. Seuss, and St. Patrick's Day as those are the holidays celebrated in March. These kid crafts are just too darn cute, easy, and fun to make!
This March Lion and Lamb Puppet Craft is perfect for kids to make for the 1st March. Both the lion puppet and the lamb puppet are made using cardstock and yarn. The yarn adds a lovely texture and makes the puppets so characterful!
This Easy Easter Bunny Paper Craft is fun for kids of all ages. You can use the Easter Bunnies to decorate your house or classroom, as large puppets (attach a wooden spoon to the back with strong sticky tape), or as masks.
These Leprechaun Hat St. Patrick’s Day Craft for Kids will make sure to delight your children this season. Kids will not only enjoy the process of making them, but they will want to wear them atop their heads for the world to see.
This handprint Easter card craft is an easy Easter craft for kids to make. It’s also great to preserve your little one’s hands! Just grab your paper, glue, and our free printable template and make it this spring.
This Horton Hears A Who printable puppet craft is a fun activity you can make during Read Across America week, on Dr. Seuss’s birthday or any time the mood strikes you. We love how sweet and determined poor old Horton is and knew he’d make the perfect paper bag puppet.
This easy paper craft is perfect for young children and preschoolers and one you’ll enjoy making. One thing I love about this simple sheep craft idea is that you can use this as a spring craft for preschoolers or as a Sunday school craft idea!
This craft is so fun and colorful! Be sure and use Kwik Stix Paint for this easy craft to make it mess free. The kids will love using these paint sticks and you will love that it makes clean up easier!
This fun bunny tail is made with cotton balls and a few other simple materials. I’m sure once you see how simple and easy it is, this fun and Easy Bunny Tail Craft For Preschoolers will become a new favorite craft for you to do every year.
This simple spring craft involves painting the paper plate, gluing yarn and cutting tissue papers to keep your kids engaged for a long time. This easy cherry blossom tree craft is perfect to do with preschoolers, kindergarteners, and elementary school kids.
Cupcake Liner Flowers are an easy, beautiful spring craft for kids. The whimsical patterns and vibrant colors of cupcake liners lend themselves perfectly to crafting. These flowers require minimal supplies and are simple enough for small hands to make independently.
It’s always so much fun to use different types of craft supplies for projects, rather than the normal craft sticks, construction paper, and paint. In this fun craft, you can use colorful noodles to make this cute spring pasta flowers craft with the kids!
Kids can make lovely St. Patrick’s Day shamrock that will be sure to please any little leprechaun that may come to visit. This craft is super easy to make and is a perfect way to use up all those leftover doilies.
Snail crafts are great for spring and this paper plate snail craft is very easy to make. Kids as young as preschoolers will enjoy making one. They can use any colors they want form the paint color for the shell to the paper color the body is made from.
This cute paper bag Put Me In The Zoo craft with the kids is an easy Dr. Seuss craft that comes with a free printable template. This activity is great for young children to make at home or at school. Watch our quick video tutorial to see exactly how to make it!
Welcome spring by making these adorable and easy butterfly craft for kids. Kids love butterflies and would enjoy making some of their own. These simple butterflies are made using cupcake liners and other basic craft supplies. It is perfect for a spring theme arts and crafts activity, but you can make them any time of year.
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