32 Activities to Keep Your Kids Active This Spring

by Teresa B

Today’s guest post is submitted by Teresa from Tiaras and Tantrums.

I have a created a list for the month of May and on it are things that my kiddos and I can do to properly welcome Spring, that will also keep the learning alive.

Here are a list of 32 Activities to Keep Your Kids Active this Spring

1    Search the variety of trees and look at the buds on them.

2    Hang the bird feeders and fill them up with birdseed
3    Bird watch
4    Draw with chalk all over the driveway
5    Search out robin’s nest and look for new eggs


6    Plant potatoes and sweet corn
7  Have a playdate at the park
8  Get bicycles out of storage and go on a family bike ride
9-17 ENJOY DISNEY!!
18  Have a media free day


19  Go to the forest preserve and search for milkweeds
20  Plant flowers in the front yard pots


21   Watch baby caterpillars and collect more milkweeds (they eat a lot)
22   Blow bubbles outdoors
22   Go on a nature walk and spot wildflowers
23   Get up really early and watch the sunrise
24   Have a family picnic at the park
25   Plant a garden (after Mother’s Day in the midwest)
26   Watch the sunset
27   Have breakfast on the deck
28   Have a nature scavenger hunt
29   Have a squirt gun battle
30   Search for worms
31   Watch chrysalis form in the caterpillar housing

And lastly,

Write a list with your kids of things they want to do this summer.

What are some of your favorite spring activities?



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I am a Chicago momma to 3 little poppets whom I happen to homeschool. I have many passions, photography (see my portfolio) When I meet you, I'll be sure to share the good lighting with you. See me at http://tiarastantrums.com and I tweet at @tiarastantrums

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1 Sunshine G May 10, 2013 at 12:48 pm

I’m taking notes for when my little one is older…coming up with ideas on the fly sometimes can be hard if you’ve had not quite enough sleep!

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2 Lauren May 10, 2013 at 1:29 pm

Sounds like fun! Can’t wait to get out in the yard and garden and some fun with the kids!

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