Looking for Spring Classroom Activities for your first and second graders? Check out the complete list below including print, digital, and free activities for spring!
Spring is here! Time to bring some bright, sunny resources into your classroom to brighten up your lesson plans! Check out my 5 favorite spring-themed resources below!
Spring Classroom Activities
#1: Spring Color By Code
I always love to have some color by code sheets in my back pocket for those filler times. For example, when a lesson ends early, after a fire drill, for kids that finish work quickly, etc. They are a fun way to practice different skills. Plus, I feel that our primary students still should be working with fine motor and should be coloring!
#2: Spring Main Idea
Teaching main idea can be tough. It’s a hard concept for first graders! It’s important to review it throughout the school year, which is why I love these spring main idea passages. They cover spring topics like: butterflies, soccer, Earth Day, rainbows, and more. Each sheet includes a short passage with a short answer and multiple-choice questions.
#3: Spring Math Puzzles
These fun, spring-themed math puzzles are great for math centers, small groups, or early finishers. Different skills include: addition within 10, addition within 20, subtraction within 10, subtraction within 20, and addition with 3 addends.
#4: Digital Math Games for Spring
Whether you’re teaching in person or virtually, students will love these spring-themed digital math centers and games. Students love the interactive component. Different skills include: addition, subtraction, shapes, telling time, 10 more 10 less, fractions, place value, measurement, and more!
Spring Classroom Activities Freebie
#5: Free Spring Phonics Pages
Practice phonics skills with these fun, free spring-themed sheets!
Make sure to check out our free spring phonics pages in our resource library! CLICK HERE to fill in your name and email address and you will be sent the password for our free resource library to download it!