Today, the sun is shining, the temps are rising and if you look around, you can see that it is spring at last! It is so welcome to see the beginnings of life in the outdoors. It means that summer isn’t far off and that is my favourite time of year! The kids simply can’t wait to shed the layers of clothes, get outside to play and count how many colours they can see.

Here are some fun arts and crafts activities for the kids to help them get into the spirit of spring and some of the traditions or things we celebrate at this time of year

How about these adorable acorn owls from Curly Birds on Bloesom Kids  – Acorn Owls… Acorns are nice and smooth, but you could use other nuts still in their shells if you can’t find any acorns. Almonds are good for example 🙂

Just imagine that this could be real 🙂 My daughter would be ecstatic! Easter or Spring Butterfly Tree by Better Homes and Gardens

Butterfly Tree

For me, there is nothing like a cheerful bunch of daisies to make everything feel better and feel like spring or summer have arrived. This Twig Flower Pot by Nina Makes is a lovely gift idea or just a fun way to add colour to your life…

Twig Flower Pots

I know that the wind at this time of year can be a little unwelcome at times, but kids can certainly make the most of it and have fun to boot. Here is a great tutorial from Maya Made for making your own kite…

Paper plate life cycle spinners by Let’s Explore are a fun way to get kids thinking and exploring the library and the great outdoors

Paper plate life cycle spinners

The Enchanted Tree shows you how to make these delightful window decorations from folded paper…

Foled paper spring crafts

Something economical for you and interesting for the kids… grow green onions from your groceries, demonstrated here by Sumptuous Spoonfuls, a totally ingenious and fun idea…

Growing green onions

Enjoy the sunshine and feeling of spring in the air

Lots of love xx


About My Primal Corner

I'm just a Mom, doing my bit to raising healthy, happy kids while indulging a passion for food and travel. We follow and Paleo/Primal diet and keep dreaming about actually living the lifestyle.

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