If you are looking to keep the kids busy and give them something to work on this spring, these FREE spring printables for kids are the way to go! From STEM to science to sensory play to spring crafts, get them away from the screens and encourage them to invent, design, and engineer their own worlds. STEM activities are perfect all year round!



These Spring printables for kids are more than just worksheets about Spring! They are interactive challenges, games, and STEM projects that are perfect for a variety of age ranges!

Utilize these fun projects for Spring in your Spring themed learning in the classroom or at home. Most of these make great individual learning experiences or work well as group projects too.


Some of my favorite activities are STEM projects! There’s an entire Spring STEM challenge included in the list below, and kids absolutely love it! Print and laminate to use at home or in the classroom again and again!

Try these FREE Spring STEM Challenge cards. Click here or below.


Here’s something to think about! Regardless of the age or grade, try asking questions! For older kids, this can be a more formal part of the STEM challenge or project that is written. However, younger kiddos can benefit greatly from a more casual conversation with you about what happened during the challenge!

Use these questions for reflection with your kids after they have completed the STEM challenge to encourage discussion of results and critical thinking.

  1. What were some of the challenges you discovered along the way?
  2. What worked well and what did not work well?
  3. What part of your model or prototype do you really like? Explain why.
  4. What part of your model or prototype needs improvement? Explain why.
  5. What other materials would you like to use if you could do this challenge again?
  6. What would you do differently next time?
  7. What parts of your model or prototype are similar to the real-world version?


I have so many fantastic printable activities to share with you. You’ll find printable projects scattered through the activities below as well as through the links below (these activities do not have full posts but are self-explanatory). Have fun!

Try one of these or click on the pictures below to explore more spring activities.

Draw a Flower Algorithm

Spring Coding Pictures

Spring Theme LEGO Task Cards

Spring LEGO Challenge Calendar

Plant Life Cycle Color By Number

Frog Life Cycle Color By Number

Spring Slime Challenge

Spring Printables for Kids

Looking for easy to print activities, and inexpensive problem-based challenges? 

We have you covered…

Click below to get your quick and easy STEM challenges. 


Of course, you can also check out our collection of amazing spring science experiments too! You will even find free spring STEM Challenge Cards to get your kiddos thinking! Here are a few of our favorites…



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  7. I love your activities. My question is: Is there any way that I could send videos to parents in Google Classroom. My pre-k kids would have a ball but I think their parents would need to see the “how-to” rather than just written directions.
    Many thanks in advance.

  8. I don’t know about that but you can send them a link to the post that contains it. I may be able to compile a post with our top videos and links to corresponding posts if that would work. Would you email me [email protected]

  9. Hi, just wanting to check wrt sharing the free, downloadable activities with my pre-k’s? I can’t find anything about copyright, but don’t want to just assume that I can share. We are doing online classes and weekly activity emails to help keep them busy during COVID isolation.

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