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The Ultimate Guide for the Best Spring Activities, Family activities for Spring, fun outdoor activities, Spring Activities for kids, Free Printable

The Ultimate Guide to the Best Spring Activities

The Ultimate Guide for the Best Spring Activities, Family activities for Spring, fun outdoor activities, Spring Activities for kids, Free Printable

Wishing Jar: Capture dandelion wishes in a jar. When a sad child (or adult) needs some love and encouragement, it is off with the lid, pull out a wishing flower, eyes squished closed for a wish, and a big huff. Cures many ailments. sunrise waldorf school

Wishing Jar: Capture dandelion wishes in a jar. When a sad child (or adult) needs some love and encouragement, it is off with the lid, pull out a wishing flower, eyes squished closed for a wish, and a big huff. Cures many ailments. sunrise waldorf school

Run to the shape called. Fun inside game! Could do with sidewalk chalk outside as well. Try with #'s or letters.

Tot School ~ Letter L

Run to the shape called. Fun inside game! Could do with sidewalk chalk outside as well. Try with #'s or letters.

Go Kid Yourself: Giant Squishy Sensory Bag -- Just clear plastic sheeting (like a big painter's tarp), duct tape, food coloring, and water. Could also throw in a few random flat toys or leaves or whatnot for a more traditional "sensory bag" experience. Awesome!

Go Kid Yourself: Giant Squishy Sensory Bag -- Just clear plastic sheeting (like a big painter's tarp), duct tape, food coloring, and water. Could also throw in a few random flat toys or leaves or whatnot for a more traditional "sensory bag" experience. Awesome!

Edible finger paint: 1 cup flour, 2 cups water, food coloring.  Mix water and flour over low/medium heat. Stir for about 5 minutes, or until you have a thick mixture. Separate into containers and add food coloring. Let cool, paint away!

Edible finger paint: 1 cup flour, 2 cups water, food coloring. Mix water and flour over low/medium heat. Stir for about 5 minutes, or until you have a thick mixture. Separate into containers and add food coloring. Let cool, paint away!

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