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Spring Unit Study Resources

In case you haven't heard me sing it from the rooftops: Spring is my favorite season! Spring signals the ending of cold weather, early nightfall, and grey, dreary days. Spring brings flowers, sunshine and warmth.

To celebrate my favorite season, I've collected resources that you can use to create your own spring unit study. Never created a unit study before? Check out this post that has step-by-step instructions and a free printable that will guide you. Then use some of the resources here to create your own unit study to celebrate spring.

spring unit study resources
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Websites


Kids Play and Create has a list of fun spring facts for kids.

The Science of Spring has a great page with resources for parents and teachers. You can find activities and lesson plans that are spring-themed with science connections. This would be a great place to find spring science experiments.

This All About Spring page is from the UK. It has information about a variety of spring topics (on the left sidebar), written at an early elementary reading level. Kids can read about spring and watch a couple of videos as well.

The Learning Station has fun spring song videos for young kids.

Activity Village has a great page of spring printable worksheets, activity sheets, coloring sheets, and more.

Crafts and Activities


Make cute bottle print button flowers with this activity from Crafty Morning.

Spring means time to play outside. This activity from Project Nursery will show you how to make your own sidewalk chalk for your outdoor play.

This tulip suncatcher is n craft that even little people can do.

I love this cute plastic spoon flower craft from Kid-Friendly Things to Do, and it would make a great spring-themed gift.

Red Ted Art has a fun Grass Heads project that would make for a great science activity in the spring.

Spring often means rain. So it's a great time for this Weather in a Jar activity.

I Am Momma Hear Me Roar has a great idea for a spring scavenger hunt. It would be a fun way to get outside and enjoy nature in the spring.

Looking for even more spring activities? Check out this spring bucket list from Happily Ever Mom.



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spring unit study resources

Spring Printables


The Resourceful Mama has some cute, free Spring Dot Activities printables that kids can use with Do a Dot Art! Markers.

Celebrate spring with these free copywork pages.

DLTK has a whole page of free spring printables.

Education.com has a large variety of free spring-themed printables. (You do have to join the site, but it's free. You don't need the premium membership to print theses.)

Find a free spring-themed preschool printables pack at Free Homeschool Deals.


Homeschool Share has quite a few free unit studies and lapbooks with spring connections.

A Journey Through Learning has a great Spring lapbook for grades 2-7. This one isn't free, but I love these lapbooks because they come with everything you need to complete the lapbook right there.



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