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Spring Activities Your Kids Stuck at Home Will Love

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By: Taylor Fulcher

Mom with 3 young children sitting at the table with text overlay Spring Activities Your Kids Stuck at Home Will Love

Spring is one of the most beautiful times of the year. But, this year, the COVID-19 Pandemic has thrown off all the normal Spring activities.

This year there won’t be any:

  • Citywide egg hunts
  • Birthday parties
  • Spring vacation
  • Graduations
  • Easter Sunday church services

 

Although this Spring is different, it still can be fun for kids stuck at home.

There are many activities that you can do to celebrate occasions that occur in the Spring. And your child may even learn in the process of having fun! 

 

Spring Activities Your Kids Stuck at Home Will Love  

 

Easter Egg Activities

 

  • CVC Words

One activity that my friend posted about involved CVC words. She used easter eggs to practice reading CVC word families. 

She took a sharpie and wrote “at” on one side of the egg and then letters on the other side that would work with the “at” family.

Here is a great list of CVC words you can download for free.

  • Sight Words Practice

Sticking sight words in eggs and having an Easter egg hunt is a great way for children to practice sounding out words and practicing their word families and the most common sight words.

Here are some other really fun ways to learn sight words: Sight Words Hack For Parents

 

  • Counting Money

Everyone has spare change, and kids love counting money. Some kids struggle with matching up the correct amount of change.

A way that you can make county money fun is by writing an amount of change on the egg. Using a pile of change, they can count up the correct amount of money and place it in the egg.

 

  • Synonyms and Antonyms

Antonyms and synonyms are one of the most challenging skills for some students to understand.

A fun way to review this concept is by writing words on the top and bottom of the egg. Children will have to match the correct words together.

 

Outdoor Spring Activities

 

  • Scavenger Hunts

Kids love scavenger hunts, and they are a great addition to any daytime activity. Some things that you can have the kids look for in their scavenger hunt could be:

  • Four Leaf Clovers
  • Looking for two similar birds
  • Finding a Monarch Yellow Butterfly
  • Rock Identification: Find two rocks that look the same, and two that look very different.
  • Finding some water puddles.
  • Have them find some dandelions to blow.

 

  • Hide-and-Seek

Children love to play hide and seek outside during the Spring. This game is excellent for children who are just learning to count numbers.

 

  • Math Activities with Flower Bushes

     

  • Graphing Colors- Children can practice working on graphing by counting the different colored bushes around the yard.
  • Basic Color Facts- Younger children can practice their basic color facts by going and naming the colored bushes within the yard.

 

  • Kites

Kites are so cool! As a child, I always wanted to fly a kite. In Mary Poppins, when they sing “Let’s go Fly a Kite”, it gives me the greatest joy.

If you don’t have a kite, build one with these easy paper kite instructions

Some ways to make Kites educational can be by:

■ The kite can be a color by numbering activity for kids to be working on their number recognition skills. You can also work on addition, and review subtraction.

■ In Reading, you can have an alphabetical order activity with the bows on the string. To create their kite, they need to put the words within the right order.

■ Lastly, another activity dealing with kites is using Rhyming words within each quarter of the kite.

 

The springtime is a beautiful time of the year to explore outside and make things fun despite the coronavirus pandemic.

Do you have fun Spring activities planned idea your child loves? Share it in the comments below.

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A mom with her 3 young children at the table doing activities together with text overlay Spring Activities Your Kids Stuck at Home Will Love

Don’t let the COVID-19 dampen your family’s Spring activities just because you are stuck at home. Try these fun and educational activities with your kids.



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11 Responses to Spring Activities Your Kids Stuck at Home Will Love

  • Azubike Eze says:

    The outlined activities are fun and educational. Learning about antonyms and synonyms, and coming up with the right change, won’t be tedious again.

  • GiGi Eats says:

    I would totally do Easter egg hunts in the house!! My grandmother used to do that all the time when my siblings and I were kids!

  • angie says:

    love these ideas proving hours of fun and many of these can also double as learning thru fun thanks for sharing

  • angie says:

    love these ideas providing hours of fun and several double as learning thru fun

  • Blanca says:

    These are such great ideas. I love the antonym synonym suggestion. I think I’ll have to try this with my goddaughter next time I see her.

  • Nyxie says:

    Great suggestions. I used to love a treasure hunt around the house or colouring in/creating something.

  • Renee Franklin says:

    Our favorite thing to do in the spring is camping. This can also be done in the yard if you have one so you don’t have to worry about social distancing. Some of my fondest memories from growing up were camping in the front yard.

  • LenLen de Dios says:

    Kids get bored easily. These activities are fun and very educational. It will keep them busy and entertained.

  • Elisa says:

    Love this post! Lots of great suggestions. I don’t know a kid who doesn’t like counting change lol!

  • Marysa says:

    Spring is such a great time to start getting out of the house and taking advantage of the season. These are great ideas especially while we are stuck in quarantine.

  • Jennifer Passmore says:

    A scavenger hunt sounds like so much fun! My son loves those kinds of activities! Thank you for the idea!

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