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March Crafts for Kids

Has spring arrived where you live? Or perhaps you are still waiting for the warmer weather to pop up? These March crafts for kids are the perfect way to welcome, or encourage spring!

31 March Crafts for Kids - lots of clever, creative monthly crafts for spring filled with st patricks day, rainbows, flowers, and more! #craftsforkids #marchcrafts #kindergarten

March Crafts for Kids

This list of March crafts for kids includes lots of spring themed crafts, as well as some fun St Patrick’s Day projects, and some ideas for celebrating Dr Seuss’s birthday on March 2nd, plus lots more fun ideas.

There is enough craft ideas on this list to try something new every day in March, so get crafty and have fun creating with these awesome kids crafts!

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Dr Seuss Crafts

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St Patrick’s Day Crafts

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Spring Crafts

  • Spring flower wreaths from Easy Peasy and Fun. These gorgeous spring wreaths are free to print then all you need to do is color and stick them together.
  • 3D spring paper tree from I Heart Crafty Things. This blossom tree craft is gorgeous!
  • Paper bowl mushroom spring craft from Non Toy Gifts. These cute mushrooms would be perfect for adding to imaginative play once you have made them.
  • Egg carton cherry blossoms from Glued to My Crafts. You could make a whole bouquet of these gorgeous blossoms.
  • Paper daisy craft from Oh Happy Day. If your garden is not full of spring flowers yet, make some of these!
  • Spring art project from Happy Hooligans. This gorgeous spring craft is easy enough for everyone to join in.
  • Cotton wool lambs from Red Ted Art. Make this cute little spring lamb!

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Rainbow Crafts

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More fabulous March Crafts For Kids

Have fun makings these fabulous March crafts for kids!

About the author

Kate Picklebums

Kate is an Aussie Mum to four kids and an early childhood educator. She shares easy activities for kids, family friendly recipes and lots of printables on her blog picklebums.com

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