How do you announce to someone that winter is coming to an end? You spring it on them!
These super engaging spring activities are sure to bring the fun to your classroom this season. The best part? All the learning that happens during all the exciting games! Students will practice math, reading, and of course create a cute craft!
Why is spring a good time to get into good habits of making fun a priority in your classroom? It’s the perfect time to turn a new leaf! So what are we waiting for? Let’s get these activities blooming!
What Time Is It? It’s Springtime!
With all the things to do this season, it’s important to keep track of the time. What better way to practice this math skill than with some flowery fun!
This spring themed, jam packed, hands-on time unit provides fun opportunities for students to practice time to the hour and half hour. Your students will LOVE playing time games like roll a clock, spin and cover, and multiple build your own clock activities. They will have a blast learning about time in hands-on ways! Check out some of the fun activities below.
Don’t let the time stop you from jumping into some spring graphing games next! Insert springtime dice and get to graphing what they land on! Tired of rolling dice? Have fun flicking spinners with the spring spin and graph games. And who doesn’t love board games? Check out these graphing games that let students play against each other while answering questions by reading a graph!
Stop And Smell the Flowers
Sometimes you just need a little kick in the bud to keep on getting through the days. How about a super cute craft to spring roll you forward?!
These 3D flower models will immediately have your classroom popping with color! Students will construct a beautiful and label the parts of a flower.
They’re so fun to make and students can get SO creative! All you need is some tissue paper, colored paper, rubber bands, pipe cleaners, Q-tips, markers, and some brown or black string.
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Let the Good Thymes Roll
Students will have a blast practicing r-controlled vowels with these engaging and hands-on activities! I promise you, they’re a-MAY-zing. Students will find lotto games similar to bingo, all kinds of r controlled vowel sorts, and a super fun snap game! This resource is full of fun and is the perfect spring activity that can be used in small groups or for centers. It’s the perfect print and go activity!
Bloom Where You Are Planted
Your students will have the springtime of their life planting these flower sight words! It will have them singing bloom, baby, bloom every time they plant a new word. Students can build the sight word shown on their pots with the flower letters until they have a whole garden of learning! Check them out below!
The Spring Off
It’s always nice to insert a little healthy competition in the classroom. It builds character, confidence, and it’s fun! I am not dandy-lying when I say these addition and subtraction bump games will be a springtime fan favorite in your classroom!
Never played Bump? No problem! It’s simple. Each player takes turns rolling the dice, adding or subtracting the numbers. They’ll then cover the number that matches their answer with a linking cube, counters, or some super cute spring erasers. If a number is covered by an opponent, the player may “bump” the other player off the number, and place their own marker on the number. First one to cover the bump board wins!
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