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25 Spring Projects for Kids

Celebrate the coming of spring with fun projects to do with the kids. Use cookie cutters to make seed starters or bird feeders in fun shapes. Have fun in the garden by making garden stones and flower pots in the shape of your initials. Check out these fun spring projects to do all season long…

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  • Bird Feeders 2 of 25
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    Use cookie cutters to make bird feeders in different shapes.
    Find out more at Prudent Baby.

  • Cement Garden Stones 3 of 25
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    Make cement garden stones to use through the years.
    Find out more at Prudent Baby.

  • Drip Paint Flower Pots 4 of 25
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    Now they have a reason to use a bunch of paint.
    Check it out at In lieu of Preschool.

  • Seed Starters 5 of 25
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    Make colorful seed starters using shredded paper.
    Find out more at MADE.

  • Felt Flower Crowns 6 of 25
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    Cut out felt flowers and hot glue them onto a headband.
    Find out more at Beautifully Rooted.

  • Spin Drum 7 of 25
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    Run around outdoors and make some noise.
    Find out more at Prudent Baby.

  • Windsock 8 of 25
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    Decorate a tin can and add ribbons to make it a windsock.
    Check it out at Wabi-Sabi Wanderings.

  • Watercolor Bubble Art 9 of 25
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    Get messy with colorful bubble art.
    Find out more at Prudent Baby.

  • Nature Collage 10 of 25
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    Collect beautiful flowers and plants to create nature collages to hang in the house.
    Find out more at Prudent Baby.

  • Fairy Garden 11 of 25
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    Use their small toys and a pot to create a fairy garden they can watch grow.
    Find out more at House of Hawthornes.

  • Dino Planters 12 of 25
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    Cut out the back of the hollowed out dinosaur and fill with a fresh succulent and soil.
    Find out more at Dixie DIY.

  • Initial Planters 13 of 25
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    Pick up a few cardboard letters and fill them with beautiful flowers.
    Find out more at Henry Happened.

  • Growing Geodes 14 of 25
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    Grow colorful geodes inside egg shells.
    Find out more at Make Life Lovely.

  • Memory Books 15 of 25
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    Make spring memory books to capture all the special moments this spring.
    Find out more at Multiples and More.

  • Decorate Bird Houses 16 of 25
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    Build or buy wooden bird houses and let the kids decorate them.
    Find out more at Lady Goats.

  • Butterfly Kites 17 of 25
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    Use tissue paper and straws to make colorful kites.
    Find out more at Creative Jewish Mom.

  • Animal Masks 18 of 25
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    Spend an afternoon cutting and decorating animal masks with the free template.
    Find out more at Prudent Baby.

  • Polymer Garden Stones 19 of 25
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    Make garden markers with polymer.
    Find out more at Prudent Baby.

  • Umbrella Fun 20 of 25
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    Use foam letters and cut outs to decorate umbrellas.
    Check it out at North Story.

  • Tie-Dye Teepee 21 of 25
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    Tie-dye a sheet and then turn it into a teepee for the yard.
    Find out more at I Love to Create.

  • Recycled Key Wind Chime 22 of 25
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    Turn all those keys you have around into this pretty sounding wind chime.
    Find out more at Inner Child Giving.

  • Dreamcatcher 23 of 25
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    Use an embroidery hoop and fabric to make a dreamcatcher with the older kids, the younger ones can help decorate.
    Find out more at Kelli Smith.

  • Sparkly Playdough 24 of 25
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    Let the kids help you make a batch of super sparkly play dough they can play with.
    Find out more at The Chronicles of Home.

  • Tin Can Flower Pots 25 of 25
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    Paint tin soup cans and fill with flowers and soil.
    Check it out at Think Crafts.

Jacinda Boneau is a fabric designer and founding co-editor at Prudent Baby, the premier design and lifestyle blog providing inspiration and instruction to help anyone create beautiful things, food, and experiences for their friends and family.

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