Spring is almost here. I can tell because my allergies are already starting to make things very difficult for me! And, while I considered taking a pill and going into hiding, I decided to spend some time helping you keep your kids occupied instead.
I went digging through the blog to find all the fun Spring printables I’ve shared over the years. I can’t tell you how much fun it was to reminisce a bit. So, enjoy this list of activities to help your kids celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, Easter and Mother’s Day. Print them, use them and feel free to share your kids’ great work with me on Twitter, Instagram or The MamaZone’s Facebook page.
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St. Patrick’s Day Coloring Pages
Your little leprechaun hunters will love these Leprechaun Wanted Posters. There’s a version with lines for those of you who want to use it in your St. Patrick’s Day classroom activities (or homeschool fun!).
Printable Bunny Crafts
That face!! Every time I look at that post, I long for the days when my sweet boy was that small! You can grab the printable bunny ears he’s wearing (and a set of floppy bunny ears) here. After you’ve printed the ears, grab the printable rabbit mask, too.
As an added bonus, here’s a helpful post on Planning an Easter Egg Hunt. Enjoy!!
Mother’s Day Coloring Pages
Last year, the kids and I had fun sharing our “Socks That Mom Folds” video with you. We used the poem as inspiration for some fun Mother’s Day gift ideas as well as the Mother’s Day coloring page pictured above. Grab that one, then pop over and download the printable MOM collage coloring sheets.
Bible Activity Pages
Now, here are a couple of activities to keep ’em busy during Spring Break. If you haven’t already downloaded Check Your Messages and 101 Bible Verses to Teach Your Kids, what are you waiting for? Check Your Messages gives kids a chance to color, create and interact with Scripture while 101 Bible Verses to Teach Your Kids makes it easy for you to create flashcards to help them memorize each verse. You can go straight to the download page here.
This should definitely be enough to keep the kids busy for a few minutes. If they create something you’re extremely proud of, remember to share it with me on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram. Happy Spring and happy coloring!