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Do you want to help your preschoolers express their creativity? Try one or more of these spring art activities for preschoolers!
As you start planning your spring activities for preschoolers, be sure to allow time for preschoolers to explore different art medium and express their creativity. From bugs and flowers to rainbows and butterflies.
Your preschoolers are sure to beg for “just one more” project as you explore the ideas on this list.
Preschool crafts and art projects provide an opportunity for kids to explore different art medium, practice scissor skills, and make art they can display all season long.
Spring Art Activities for Preschoolers
I can’t wait for you to explore this awesome collection of spring art projects for preschoolers! Kids are going to love them!
These fingerprint flowers are simple enough for toddlers and preschoolers to make. This craft makes a great gift or keepsake for Mother’s Day, as well. Homeschool Preschool
Kids will enjoy coloring with markers and then spraying them with water for a fun watercolor effect as they create a fun coffee filter suncatcher. You can make a variety of different spring-themed items. There’s Just One Mommy
Little ones will love watching you turn their thumbprints into springtime bugs and creepy crawlies! Toot’s Mom is Tired
This handprint flowers canvas will make a great keepsake you’ll love having on display throughout the spring and summer season. Arts & Crackers
If your kids know how to blow through a straw (instead of sucking through it), they will love making a bubble paint bouquet. This is process art at it’s finest! My Joy-Filled Life
Paper mosaics are simple and easy crafts for kids of all ages. This paper mosaic flower craft is a great project for the spring and summer. Homeschool Preschool
I love this interactive fingerprint flowers with butterfly craft! Kids will love making their butterflies flutter around. The Joy of Sharing
If your kids have never tried sponge painting, let them try it with this butterfly printing art project. The Craft Train
These stained glass butterflies will look so good hanging in the window this spring and summer. Typically Simple
I’ve never tried spin art, but this rainbow spin art is perfect for spring! Babble Dabble DoThis spring wall mural is a great collaborative art project that kids can add to all season long. No Time for Flashcards
This sunflower paper craft is a great activity for kids to do on a rainy spring day. It is a great opportunity for kids to work on scissor skills. Homeschool Preschool
These spring watercolor flowers combine painting and drawing into one fun project. Nurture Store
This spring stained glass art project will look gorgeous with sunlight streaming through it. Artful Parent
Transfer your child’s handprint into a fun Easter egg they will love decorating with dots and stripes. Fun a Day
Add this daffodil flower craft to your Letter Dd, flower, and other spring projects. Homeschool Preschool
One day, I want to see the cherry blossoms in Washington DC. Until then, this fingerprint spring cherry blossom tree will have to do. Fun Handprint Art
Kids can explore the concept of symmetry as they make this black glue monarch butterfly art. Kid World Citizen
Gather some leaves, flowers, and twigs on your next nature walk so your preschoolers can turn them into a gorgeous spring tree. Red Ted Art
Create simple and beautiful nature art using items collected from the garden at home. The Craft Train
Are you looking for a super simple craft to do with your kids? It doesn’t get any easier than this fingerprint flowers craft! Homeschool Preschool
Here’s a fun twist on rainbow spin art! See how you can turn your kids art into cute spring flowers. Messy Little Monster
This open-ended art project allows preschoolers to combine nature and art in this fun nature art and sensory play activity. KC Edventures
Your kids can explore sticker resist art with this custom toddler artwork project! The DIY Village
Art Books for Kids
Fill your book basket with a great collection of preschool art books. Most of these books can be found at your local library or used bookstore.
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Art Lab for Little Kids – Packed with 52 fun and colorful exercises geared toward 3- to 6-year-olds, this book offers parents and teachers an outstanding source of creative art activities to inspire and enrich this wide-eyed and open-hearted age group.
My Book of Beautiful Oops! – A hands-on journal that’s meant to be personalized—drawn in, painted on, torn up, smudged, or otherwise artistically wrecked—My Book of Beautiful Oops! is filled with folded, crumpled, die-cut, and lift-the-flap pages that will challenge the reader’s sense of play.
My First I Can Draw – Kids will love following the simple steps to create beautiful drawings! The book includes pull-out practice pages, so young artists can perfect their drawings before adding them to the scenes.
Round Out Your Unit with These Activities:
These little crayon rolls keeps 16 of your child’s crayons neat and tidy anywhere you go! The big button and elastic band keep the, rolled up nice and tight so they won’t escape in your purse, bag or all over the church pew, and end up with fewer broken and missing crayons!
Your young artists will love taking their art supplies on the road with this kids travel art case. It’s made to store coloring books, sketch pads, crayons, paper, and more.