We scoured Pinterest to find cute little critters, fun florals and other spring-themed crafts for children of all ages—plus, we made sure cleanup is a breeze.
Kick off the spring season by trying one of the delightful crafts below.
Paper Plate Bee1 of 11
Sturdy paper plates will help your little ones test out their painting skills (and minimize the mess!).
Paper Rainbow2 of 11
Nothing screams spring quite like a beautiful rainbow, but you don't have to wait until the next rainstorm clears to see one!
Ladybug Painted Rocks3 of 11
All you need are a couple river rocks and some paints, and you have brand-new lawn decorations. Your kiddos will love placing these outside once they've dried!
Pom Pom Caterpillars4 of 11
We think caterpillars are pretty cute even before they turn into butterflies, and this craft has our back.
Thumbprint Dandelion5 of 11
This easy craft comes with a free printable template, so all you need are a few paints—and a few thumbs!
Handprint Chick Puppets6 of 11
These bright, happy chicks serve a dual purpose—you can make them from scratch, then add them straight to the toy box.
Paper Flower7 of 11
Forget the store-bought bouquet. Welcome spring into your home by making these adorable paper flowers instead.
Cardboard Tube Butterfly8 of 11
This butterfly craft combines repurposing with creativity. Plus, the small cardboard tubes are perfect for little hands to work with.
Rainbow Flowers9 of 11
Brighten up their day with these extra vibrant flowers made from simple construction paper. This craft is perfect for all ages, including preschoolers.
Stained Glass Kites10 of 11
Kites are fun to fly, and they can be even more fun to make! These paper kites are simple yet cute, and perfect for using up whatever extra tissue paper you have lying around.