It is Springtime! Hopefully for most of you the snow is melting and you are seeing signs of spring! It has been beautiful here in FL with lots of April showers that help my garden to grow nicely.
Here are some fun Spring Themed Printables and Activities for you to incorporate into your homeschool. Enjoy!
FREE Spring Themed Printables:
Spring Sight Words File Folder
Clap the Spring Syllables
Spring Vocabulary Cards
Spring for Math 40 pages of activities (scroll down)
Spring Themed Multi-Level Pack 39 pages
Spring/Garden Word Cards
Scrambled Words for Spring
Parts of a Plant
Spring is Here Reader
Think, Show, Solve Spring Freebie
Plant Themed Activities and Songs
Easy Art Projects for Spring
Here are some spring themed books and activities:
Spring is Here! A Children’s Picture Book About Spring FREE for Kindle!
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