The buds are starting to burst through, and there are snowdrops on the group – that can mean only only thing, Spring! With this in mind, we have a lovely freebie for you on the site today; a simple spring worksheet for the kids to do when they are out and about.
This is an easy one-pager that you can take out during any outdoor trip in the Spring, or the whole class can take out into the school grounds to think about what’s around them.
What does the Spring worksheet include?
This is a lovely, flowery sheet for the kids, and includes a few activities and prompts for them to get stuck in to including:
- My spring favourite: Get them to think about what they love most about the spring and why
- My spring view: What can they see during spring from the classroom, or their bedroom window. Alternatively, what do they think of when they think of the season?
- How about thinking of some things to do in spring that are specific to the season? We have a couple of ideas on the printable already, such as walking in the park, and planting seeds, but what about thinking of some other things and ticking them off as you go along?
- Spring iSpy: We do LOVE a good iSpy game on the site, this is one specific to the season of spring that you can play when you are out and about. Why not add in your own ideas here too?
- Spring coloring: Finally, here are a couple of flowers for you to color in too. We have loads more ideas on site of course, including these fabulous flowers, as well as some more spring coloring too.
This one-pager is a perfect activity for the kids, it’ll keep them busy AND most importantly, get them outside for a little bit of fresh air.
If you want a few more ideas of how to use this printable, why not try these?
- Take it out when you next go for a walk, and explore some of the places you always go to, but with something a little different to enable you to take a different view,
- Choose a completely new place to go, and take it along with you to give the kids something different and exciting to think about,
- Print as a forest school activity, and take into the school grounds, and work on as a whole class,
- Why not add in a spring poem activity for the kids too, as an additional writing prompt?
- Perhaps the kids can pick one of their favourite flowers to draw as well, either within the Spring view section, or as an additional activity? You could even give a little prize for the best one!
We think you’ll love this activity – so click on the button below to download it now.
Why not check out some of the other spring ideas we have on the site too?
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