Enjoy these spring lesson plans, just in time for that wonderful time of year of rebirth.
If you live in New England, I’m sure you’re getting sick of snow! I have friends and family up there, and I’ve been seeing tons of snowy pictures all over Facebook. Believe it or not, it’s almost over! With that in mind, today I wanted to share some great spring lesson plans that you and your children will love!
The Teacher’s Guide has a nice little set up to learn the “Signs of Spring”. The link is to a PDF file that your student can write down what they hear, feel, smell and see that tells them Spring is on its way. For variety, they offer another senses observation sheet with a different design. Here’s a fun Spring acrostic poem to help kids learn a little about poetry.
Add a little variety to your lessons with some hands-on spring lesson plans! Check out these ideas from Education World. Don’t miss out on the Spring Time bulletin board idea! Love that one!
Celebrate nature springing into life with these Spring lesson plans about ponds, flowers, seasons, weather and more from Teachnology! If you like their lesson ideas, consider becoming a subscriber. They provide worksheets, lesson activities and more. 🙂 A membership is truly worth it!
Here’s a great list of Spring lesson plans from Teacher Planet. At the time that I’m writing this, there are 7 lesson plans spanning Mother’s Day, planting, farming and more. Also on this page are some great worksheets, activities and other fun Spring resources.
I would be amiss if I left out the great resources at Lesson Plans Page! Their list of Spring lesson plans includes Earth Day lessons, lessons on the seasons, Springtime weather information and learning about the climate. Several different subjects are covered such as writing, science and math.
Have you had the joy of using the resources at Homeschool Share? I love their lapbooks! Ben and Me has compiled a great list of Spring activities that are all on Homeschool Share. I’m sure you’ll love their worksheets, lapbooks and lesson plans. I know my kids do!
Of course, you can always go directly to the source for the Homeschool Share Spring lesson plans. This list is split up into levels (for an explanation of their levels, simply hover your mouse over each levels in the site menu), and includes lapbooks and a suggested reading list. LOVE!!
Mama Goes Frugal has a list of 40 Spring Themed Unit Studies that you can use as lesson plans. Tara has her list split into categories so you can easily find what you’re looking for:
What are some of your favorite lesson plans for the Spring season? Share them in the comments below!