Spring Activities & Lesson Plans

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SPRING LESSON PLANS FOR LITERACY Spring is the perfect time to learn about life cycles, and there are so many different opportunities to talk about them. From frogs to butterflies, students are often captivated by the concept.  learn more

April Lesson Plans, Units & Activities

We have organized all of our April bulletin boards, lesson plans, activities, thematic units, and resources.  learn more

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April: Citizen Science Month

Free Citizen Science Training Modules  Free Training Modules and Badges from the instructional designers at Arizona State University and the citizen science experts at SciStarter! Brush up on the basics, sharpen your skills, find facilitation tips and tools (if you’d like), and earn badges that verify the specific skills you practiced or acquired.   learn more

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Britannica: Mother's Day

Mother’s Day, holiday in honour of mothers that is celebrated in countries throughout the world. In its modern form the holiday originated in the United States, where it is observed on the second Sunday in May.  learn more

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Cross Curricular Lessons for Spring

Kids Discover Online. Spring is here!  To get your students in the spirit of the new season, here are 5 Cross-Curricular lesson ideas from Units on Bees, Butterflies, and more!  learn more

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Education.com: Spring time lesson plans

Teaching is one of the most challenging and complex jobs on the planet. Our digital resources, tools, and learning materials are developed by educational experts to incorporate leading pedagogical practices. They are useful in any type of teaching moment and many can be used to support national education standards.  learn more

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First Day of Spring 2023: The Spring Equinox

In the Northern Hemisphere, the spring equinox in the Northern Hemisphere (also called the March equinox or vernal equinox across the globe) occurs when the Sun crosses the celestial equator going south to north. It’s called the “celestial” equator because it’s an imaginary line in the sky above the Earth’s equator. Imagine standing on the equator; the Sun would pass directly overhead on…  learn more

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Help Teaching: Spring Activities

Connect learning to the seasons and holidays with our large collection of seasonal worksheets. Seasonal math worksheets incorporate special images and scenarios to provide students with timely activities and holiday problems.  learn more

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Kids Soup Resource Library

PreK & Kindergarten lessons and resources.  With your KidsSoup Resource Library Membership, you'll get one year of access to our online library containing over 70 themes filled with more than 10,000 age-appropriate easy-to-implement and teacher-tested preschool and kindergarten activities, learning games, lessons, printables, worksheets, unique crafts with pictures and step-by-step instructions and patterns, original rhymes,…  learn more

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LessonPlanet: Spring Break Lesson Plans

Founded by educators for educators, Lesson Planet is passionate about creating and delivering innovative digital tools and quality educational resources to help personalize student learning and inspire great teaching. For over 20 years, Lesson Planet’s team of experienced teachers have been curating and reviewing online, free and open educational resources (OER), as well as building…  learn more

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March 2023 Educator's Calendar

Use these calendars to enhance your lessons with a variety of seasonal resources.  learn more

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Mother's Day Lesson Plans & Worksheets

Mother's Day Teacher Resources. Find Mother's Day lesson plans and worksheets for all grades.  learn more

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National Today: Mother's Day

The beautiful and unparalleled bond of love shared between kids and mothers is honored and celebrated on Mother’s Day  learn more

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PBSKids: Spring Changing Seasons

Join PBS KIDS and explore Spring. Learn about the parts of a plant, seeds, and about how plants grow through media clips, extension activities, articles, and crafts. Share activities, articles, games, and printables with families to strengthen a school-to-home connection. Children will learn about the world around them through science, math, and art activities. As…  learn more

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Spring Bulletin Board Ideas

Spring often signals the school year is coming to an end. Step out of the dreary winter months with some exciting spring bulletin board ideas to create a fun learning environment for your students. Bulletin boards or a classroom door can display the hard work your students have achieved this year while keeping them motivated to…  learn more

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Spring Equinox Choice Board for Elementary

Celebrate the season and study the science and traditions behind the spring equinox with the cross-curricular choice board for elementary. Learn the science behind the seasons and share traditions and rituals throughout history from around the globe with this spring equinox-themed collection.  learn more

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Super Teacher Worksheets: Spring Worksheets

Print spring calendars, reading comprehension stories, word puzzles, and learning center activities. PreK-6th.  learn more

Teacher Planet: Spring Season

Chances are your students have a strong association with spring. They know it's a time of flowers, changing weather and of course it signals that school will be out soon. Spring of course is one of the four seasons. It's that lovely time when the snow stops falling, if you live in the Northern Hemisphere…  learn more

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Teacher Vision: Spring Resources

Spring is a time of birth, growth, and development for plants and animals. This is the perfect season to teach your students about the Earth sciences. Use our spring lessons, printables, bulletin board ideas, and art activities to supplement your science units. You'll find plenty of resources on life cycles for elementary, intermediate, and high…  learn more

The Teacher's Corner: Spring Activities and Lesson Plans

The Teacher's Corner is based in Castle Rock, a town about 20 miles south of Denver, Colorado. It was started in 1996 as a hobby website by my wife, Jennifer Jensen (an elementary school teacher). It initially only provided links to teacher resources on the internet. In 1998 we decided to create our own resources and offer them free to teachers…  learn more

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When Is the First Day of Spring 2023?

Time and Date. Seasons can be defined in several different ways. The astronomical definition is based on the equinoxes and solstices, and spring begins with the spring equinox or vernal equinox. In the Northern Hemisphere, it is the equinox in March; south of the equator, it's the September equinox.  learn more