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Springtime Bucket List for Preschoolers
1 Plant a Flower – Start a spring garden or grow a tiny seed on your windowsill. Find books and activities about gardening with young children from The Homeschool Resource Room.
2 Play in the Rain – Grab your raincoat and boots and go splash in the puddles! When you get home, learn about the letter U and create a simple umbrella craft from East Coast Mommy.
3 Dig in the Dirt – Look for worms, stones, and bugs in the freshly thawed dirt! No where to dig outside? Bring the dirt inside with a garden sensory bin from Mess for Less.
4 Send Your Love – Celebrate Valentine’s Day with someone you love by sending one of these adorable heart crafts from Mom Inspired Life.
5 Go Bird Watching – Watch as the birds return, learn their names, and sing their songs. Attract more birds to your yard with this simple bird feeder craft from Growing a Jeweled Rose.
6 Watch the Rain – Notice how the weather changes in the springtime, and learn more about spring weather with this preschool rain cloud activity from Homeschool Preschool.
7 Read Across America – Celebrate Dr. Seuss’ birthday on March 2nd. Read all your favorites and enjoy a fun printable pack from Rock Your Homeschool.
8 Find a Caterpillar – Look closely at the leaves and see if you can find a very tiny, very hungry caterpillar. Then bring learning home with Eric Carle’s beautiful children’s book The Very Hungry Caterpillar and a caterpillar counting game from Teach Beside Me.
9 Meet a Spring Chicken – Visit a farm and see the spring chicks when they hatch from their eggs. Can’t meet one in person? Create your own with this invitation to play from Crafty Kids at Home.
10 See a Rainbow – Rain and sunshine mix in the springtime to create a spectacular sight. Make your own rainbow at home with fun preschool playdough mats from Look! We’re Learning.