Four Colors of Spring (red, blue, yellow, and green) – sorting hands-on activity featuring clear photographs and images (five per color) that represent the gorgeous palette of nature in spring. Encourage children to conduct conversations based on their personal experiences and observations.
Five Senses and self-assessment sheet – sorting hands-on activity – features five beautiful photographs for each of the five senses.
12 Spring Flowers Three Part Cards and Student Booklet with cursive, print for tracing, and blank for independent writing. Flowers presented: bluebell, crocus, daffodil, hyacinth, iris, lily of the valley, pansy, pleione formanosa, snakehead fritillary, snowdrop, tulip, winter aconite. Features clipart.
Parts of the Rabbit Three-Part Cards and Student Booklet with cursive, print for tracing, and blank for independent writing. Part of the body included: torso, hind leg, foreleg, eye, nose, whiskers, feet, head, ears, tail. Features clipart.
I Spy Spring – counting activity – features watercolor clipart
Counting 1-20 – counting activity with number labels and matching cards – feature watercolor clipart
Lacing Cards – spring-themed fine motor activity with 8 DIY lacing cards – feature watercolor clipart
Spring Adventure Hunt – 2 printables with a list of treasures to be found on a nature walk.
Spring Reading Cards for reading and matching. 18 pairs.
Plant Sequencing Cards and student worksheet.