Spring! A time for flowers, butterflies, and… brightly colored spring crafts for toddlers?
I should mention, for those of you who visit regularly and may be scratching your head—I don’t, in fact, have a two year old. But I am really holding onto that ‘toddler’ title of this baby of mine. Stretching it right on out through her third year… and fourth year… Why not? I will keep her little just as long as I can.
So these spring crafts are great for two year olds and toddlers of any age!
These are some of the cutest spring crafts for toddlers and great activities to let them begin to explore the world of art.
Just before we dive into these beautiful spring crafts, I wanted to share with you something else beautiful that I have created for you. I am so pleased to introduce you to my Toddler Program, Playful Days. One beautiful and simple activity for you and your toddler, every single day. Have a peek right here: https://shop.howweelearn.com/pages/playful-days
I hope you absolutely love it.
As well, just before we dive into these Spring crafts for 2 year olds, I have a lovely freebie for you! This Rainbow Puzzle and Activity Pack is fabulous for the spring:
So let’s get the spring crafting started!
Cherry Blossom Trees – This art activity is great sensory fun and turns out SO cute! These cherry blossom trees are sure to add some sunshine to your day.
Puffy Paint Clouds from No Time for Flash Cards – Spend an afternoon cloud-watching, then come in and make this puffy paint art.
Toddler-Made Spring Suncatchers from Fun at Home with Kids – The little ones will definitely have fun making beautiful spring flowers. I love that just a few materials are needed for this!
Flower Prints from Soda Bottles from Inner Child Fun – Reuse old bottles and tops for colorful spring art with your toddlers.
Ladybug Hat Craft from Make and Takes – The materials for this hat will let the kids stick (and re-stick, over and over) the ladybug’s dots. The hat would be fun to wear while on a ladybug hunt!
Swirling Snail Art from My Frugal Adventures – Lots of finger painting fun to make these snails. Super simple, but I’m sure little artists will have a blast.
Paper Plate Sunflower Craft from Happy Hooligans – I love what they use for the sunflower seeds in this craft! Of course, actual sunflower seeds would be great, too.
Circle Rainbows from Housing a Forest – What a simple way to put together rainbows! Cut them in half, and you have two.
Dot Marker Butterflies from Plain Vanilla Mom – These butterflies are perfect for a toddler’s attention span, with open-ended possibilities.
Spring Craft with Carrots from Teaching 2 and 3 Year Olds – Explore carrots and carrot greens with some easy painting. I love the idea of linking it back to a well-loved children’s book, too.
Raindrop Suncatchers from The Gold Jellybean – You just need a few materials to make these rain suncatchers. Let the kids glue tissue paper squares to their hearts’ content.
Homemade Bird Feeder Craft from Buggy and Buddy – What an inventive idea for putting together a homemade bird feeder! The kids can have free reign over the design, and then it’s up with just a few additions.
CD Wind Spinners from Happy Hooligans – These are so easy to make, and they look beautiful hung outside on the deck.
Paper Bag Butterfly from I Heart Crafty Things – This craft can be turned into a puppet, making it even more fun for the kids.
Spring Tree Craft for Toddlers from Hands On As We Grow – Kids can practice their scissor skills to create spring flowers for their trees. The addition of glitter is optional, of course.
Finger Painting Flower Craft from NurtureStore – Let those little fingers get to painting with some fun spring colors. Then put it all together to make a beautiful flower garden.
Spring Wreath from East Coast Mommy – Easy peasy way for the kids to decorate for spring, with a pretty wreath to hang on the front door.
Simple Wind Chime from Rainy Day Mum – This is a fun way for parents to make a craft with their toddlers, working on fine motor skills and (more importantly) creating together!
Bottle Top Beehive and Hand Print Bees from Emma Owl – What a fun way to create an artistic beehive! Then add some bees with the kids’ hands, and you’ve got a beautiful piece of spring art.
Gift Bow Stamped Flowers from Sugar Aunts – Let the children stamp away with leftover gift bows. Add simple painted stems to turn them into a flower garden.
Shape Flowers from Toddler Approved – Kids can explore different colors and shapes while creating flowers. Grab the glue sticks to make the art a bit more permanent.
There you have them – lots of simple crafts perfect for the littlest of crafters to explore.
And don’t forget to grab the Rainbow Activity pack for your toddler as well!
I hope you are having a lovely week, friends. Thank you for reading!