Spring is in the air! Even if you’re battling snow on the ground, spring is right around the corner and it’s time to get your spring activities for kindergarten ready. From sequencing to letter and number recognition, Adventures in Kinder and Beyond has it all for you!
Literary Spring Activities for Kindergarten
Literacy centers are great to do all year long! Some of the best literacy center activities for spring are ones you have done before but with a different focus for this time of the school year.
Go on an Alphabet Hunt
Reinforcing letter recognition is always so important! You can use these fun alphabet hunt activities for literacy centers or for fast finishers. This Alphabet Hunt comes with several response sheets that ask students to color, trace, or write! All of these options are perfect spring activities for kindergarten.
Spring Activities are In Order with Sequencing
What came first? Knowing how to read is a crucial part of teaching kindergarten. However, comprehension is a much more difficult skill to master. Using these Spring Sequencing Stories is a great way to help students become more proficient at reading comprehension because they have to recall events and put them in the right order.
If your students aren’t ready to sequence stories yet, they can also do some sequencing writing first with pictures. Once the students have the pictures in order, they can write down the story which helps them practice more skills! These Story Retell Sequencing and Writing spring activities for kindergarten are perfect for teaching students to tell a logical story.
Sentence Building Spring Activities for Elementary
Once students can read and comprehend a text, it’s always good to start doing some writing on your own. This is a skill that takes time and patience. However, these Spring Sentence Building activities are perfect for teaching students what they need to write a good sentence. This activity includes 12 sentences each one having 6 words with two writing template options.
Math Spring Activities for Kindergarten
Math is another important skill we want to practice all year round! These spring math activities are perfect for getting your students excited about enhancing their math skills!
Go on a Number Hunt!
Just like letter recognition is important, number recognition is important too! When you use these Spring Number Hunts, your students will be coloring and tracing. Plus, your students can practice number cards 1-10 and 11-20 using ten frames! These spring activities for kindergarten are great for your math centers as well as for fast finishers.
Practice Counting with Spring Activities for Kindergarten
Spring Count and Build Cards are perfect for students to practice counting and building numbers 1 through 20 all spring long! This resource gives students hands-on practice for counting, number recognition, and one-to-one correspondence. It’s easy to use and can be done over and over again throughout spring.
Use Geoboards for Fine Motor and Math Skills
Spring Geoboards helps your students with fine motor skills while your students practice building numbers and counting! Using geoboards gets students familiar with the concept of geometry. This great resource comes with 26 pages so students can have several practices throughout the spring season.
Practice Adding and Subtraction for a Secret Code
Students love to solve a good mystery! These adding and subtracting worksheets ask students to crack a secret code. Because they have to crack a code, these activities are self-grading. If students can’t get the code, they can go back and see where they made a mistake.
These spring activities for kindergarten students are perfect for the spring season. Each activity will challenge your students and can be used in centers or as independent practices for fast finishers. Make sure you check out these resources and more at Adventures in Kinder and Beyond.