Spring is all about the senses, with bright colors, delicious smells, and one-of-a-kind textures. Bring the senses of spring into the classroom with these spring sensory activities for little ones. You don’t have to get dirty to have fun with these sensory projects!
Spring Sensory Activities for Kids
These spring sensory activities engage all the senses including sight, smell, taste, touch, and hearing. Kids will love making and playing with these sensory activities.
I’ve included both messy and mess-free options so you can pick a sensory activity to fit your current mess-containment needs. Kids will have hours of fun with these activities!
Have fun playing with this pretty Spring Flower Play Dough. / The Kindergarten Connection
Kids will love this simple Flower Dissection Activity. / Schooling a Monkey
Work on the alphabet in rainbow rice with this awesome Rainbow Egg Letter Matching activity. / The Kindergarten Connection
Grow tiny Egg Shell Gardens. / Schooling a Monkey
Explore spring life with a pretend play Bird Play Dough Kit. / The Kindergarten Connection
Grow an “alphabet garden” with this fun Peas and Carrots Sensory Bin
Play and learn about life cycles with this fun Frog Play Dough Kit. / The Kindergarten Connection
Have colorful sensory fun and get creative with a Rainbow Play Dough Kit. / The Kindergarten Connection
Learn about and create different types of weather with this hands-on Weather Sensory Bin. / Munchkins and Moms
This Rainbow Soap Foam Sensory Play is sure to be a hit with your kids! / Fun at Home with Kids
This Early Bird Gets the Worm Sensory Bin is not only fun, but great for fine motor, too! / Modern Preschool
Have a blast playing in this fun Carrot Sensory Bin. / Glued to My Crafts
Learn and play with this Ladybug Life Cycle Sensory Bin. / Natural Beach Living
Would your kids try Edible Mud? / Kids Activities Blog
This Sensory Butterfly is beautiful to play with! / Fun at Home with Kids
This Spring Sensory Bottle is simple to make and fun to explore. / The Jenny Evolution
Why not plant seeds and try Growing Sprout Letters? / The Imagination Tree
Make a batch of Spring-Themed Goop. / The Imagination Tree
This bright and colorful Spring Sensory Bottle is sure to capture attention! / The chaos and the Clutter
Try these simple and gorgeous Nature Sensory Bottles – you will love them as much as your kids! / Lemon Lime Adventures
More Spring Fun
Looking for even more spring activities for kids? Hop over and check out our list of spring fine motor activities! They are the perfect compliment to this list to make your spring classroom or home activities and lessons amazing!
Then, if you are a Pre-K or Kindergarten teacher, let me plan out all of your spring math and literacy centers for you! Yes, really! Hop over and grab our Spring Math and Literacy Centers to have TONS of print and play centers ready to go!