If you’re on the lookout for great spring activities – you’ve come to the right place! This blog post is going to showcase some great spring books, bulletin board ideas, plus math & literacy activities that you can do with your elementary students.
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Spring Math Fun
Let’s start off with some great math resources. Every elementary teacher knows that getting those basic math facts ingrained into students’ minds takes quite a bit of work – and these puzzles are the perfect (and fun!) way to practice. With several shapes to choose from, you can differentiate to challenge your higher students while allowing your other kiddos practice at the appropriate level as well.
- Butterfly Puzzles
- Bumblebee Puzzles
- Flower Puzzles
- Raindrop Puzzles (Perfect for an “April Showers Bring May Flowers” bulletin board!)
- Rainbow Puzzles
- Bunny Puzzles
Spring Literacy Practice
Need more than just math practice? Then you’re going to love that the spring flowers above also come with literacy puzzle options. You’ll find synonyms, antonyms, contractions, compound words, irregular plural nouns, and irregular verbs.
All of these puzzles make great centers, stations, review, games, activities, early or fast finisher resources, critical thinking, and more. Your students are sure to fall in love with them in no time. Grab your spring literacy flower puzzles here!
Also Great for Decor!
But let’s not forget that the finished puzzles above make GREAT bulletin boards, doorway decorations, or hallways displays! Have each student cut out and complete their puzzle, then they may color them. The finished displays look amazing! (Plus no administrator can complain about them not being academic because of the work involved to put them together!)
And here are some great book ideas to help your students thoroughly enjoy the spring season and all of the fun it brings.
- Picture Books
- Chapter Books
With all of the spring activities and ideas above, your elementary students are going to love the months of March, April, and May! Plus with the many no prep spring activities mentioned above, you’re sure to keep your sanity as a busy teacher toward the end of the school year. Click on any of the images below to find those specific activities.