Happy spring! We have been loving our colouring pages around here lately. So much so that I decided to make some spring colouring pages of my own.
THAT was so much fun, I decided to make some Spring activity pages as well! I had never done this before, but it was far easier and much more fun than I had thought it would be.
I decided I would compile them all together in a Free Printable Spring Activities Pack for you.
Spring Coloring Pages and Activity Printables
In this Spring activities pack, you will find a few different things:
In our house, we find colouring pages nice and relaxing. And right now, nice and relaxing activities are the name of the game. So I created a couple of different spring colouring pages for you. I made an Easter egg colouring page that is different than the first set of Easter egg colouring pages I shared. This one is just one great big Easter egg full of designs for you to colour.
I also created a page full of beautiful flowers for you to colour. You can get very detailed here if you like, colouring the petals all different Spring colours, or you can just colour each flower a solid colour. Whatever you like! I made this Spring colouring and activities printable suitable for kids of all ages to enjoy.
You will also find some symmetrical pictures as printables. These are little animals, critters, flowers, and Easter eggs that are on the page, but half of each one is missing! Your child’s job is to complete each little critter or object.
Some of these printables are in colour, but the colour is not needed (just pretty), so you can definitely print them out in grayscale if you prefer using only your black ink.
This page is to encourage little ones to practice a little writing in a very fun and easy format – using speech bubbles! Kids can use their imagination to find out what a butterfly might say to a bumble bee, or what a snail might say to a dragonfly.
Whether your child is just beginning to recognize numbers or is doing some math facts, these math flowers will be a fun and quick math art lesson. There are two versions of this page in the pack – one for older children and one for little ones.
Children can draw and colour petals to match the number (or math fact) written in the center of the flowers. Perhaps some little ones will even practice some patterning with this printable!
There you have it! It is nothing fancy, but my little ones have been enjoying these printables, so I wanted to share them with you also.
You can get your Printable Spring Colouring Pages and Activity Sheets Right Here
We can all use a little easy, quiet, independent fun these days, can’t we?!
I hope you and yours are keeping well and staying healthy.