For children new to using scissors, cutting strips are great because children can cut through them in one snip. To prep the activity, print out one (or all) of the sheets and cut into long strips. Each strip should have the same image all the way down.
You can present the strips to your child on a tray, along with scissors. If your child is still new to using scissors, a slow demonstration will be helpful.
Bonus - you can keep the cut up pieces for a gluing activity on another day.
Develop storytelling and sequencing skills with these spring-themed cards. For younger children, offer only 3 cards to start, removing some of the middle steps. For older children, you can include all 5-6 cards.
You can also number the cards on the back so children can correct their own work.
Develop language skills with these garden nomenclature cards. You can use them to play a matching or memory game, present them using a three-period lesson, or take them around the backyard and find all the items in the cards, like a scavenger hunt.
Even More Spring Printables
We've got even more spring printables from last year: