Who says learning the time has to be boring? Why not brighten up your lessons with this lovely bunny clock, sure to appeal to the kids! Just print it out, cut it out and assemble with the help of a split pin (brad) and you are set to go...
More Spring Printables
Here are a few more Spring printables for you - and we think they might be some of our best! Have a go at some cutting out, collage, or make a gorgeous display to welcome Spring with onoe of our spring alphabets.
And don't forget we have many more printables here:
These pretty butterfly images can be used for crafts or just for cutting and sticking. The antennae may have to be chopped off as you cut them out, of course! You can always draw them in again when the butterflies are in their new place.
Print this pretty butterfly design scrapbook paper and use it to wrap gifts, cover notebooks, embellish scrapbooks ... anything goes!
This lovely butterfly scrapbook paper is a riot of bright colour and perfect for small craft projects, or wrapping little gifts.
These gorgeous chick alphabet cards can be used in so many ways, and tied into your Easter, spring or farmyard topics. Why not hide the cards for a treasure hunt, and send the kids off to find the whole alphabet and put it in order?
Learn to spell with the help of this cute chick! Cut into strips along the dotted lines and let children rearrange the pieces to complete the picture and spell the word 'chick'.
This pretty daffodil scrapbook paper might be useful as a frame to display some spring work or a daffodil poem, or for a crafty activity...
Here's a pretty jigsaw to print and cut out for the kids. Why not store it away in a ziploc bag ready to bring out on a spring or summer day? You'll find instructions and cutting guides here.
Help the children learn to spell in a fun way with our pretty daisy spelling jigsaw. Print onto card, laminate and cut the jigsaw along the dotted lines. Children need to put the strips in order to complete the picture and spell the word.
Decorate this tree for Spring by drawing on fresh green leaves and pretty pink or white blossom! You could also use flower stickers, or scrunch up little pieces of pink or white tissue paper and glue them on...
Featuring the word 'grow', this postcard would be perfect to send to a grandparent or a gardening friend! Print on to card, cut along the dark line, fold in half and glue the sides together to make a postcard sure to be treasured.
Daffodils are a welcome sign of spring and one of the nation's favourite flowers. Rita and her children enjoy some daffodil activities in this lovely guest post
Practise spelling with this cute lamb spelling jigsaw! Cut into strips along the dotted lines and ask the kids to rearrange the pieces to complete the picture and spell the word.
Print this lovely nest spelling jigsaw onto some card, and cut along the vertical dotted lines. Now when your child puts the picture back together again, they will be teaching themselves how to spell the word nest.
This clever season spinner helps teach the children about the four seasons and the corresponding months. You'll need to print both pages out onto card, cut out the three circles, and attach them together with a brad in the centre.
These lovely big illustrated bows would look so pretty strung up as a banner, pinned to the board, or even glued to magnets and displayed on the fridge! There are 12 in total in a variety of pastel colours. Why not combine them with our Easter egg posters?
Here are 6 lovely big letters to print out for your spring displays - spelling S-P-R-I-N-G of course!
Learn to spell the word "spring" and enjoy a jigsaw puzzle at the same time. Just print onto card, slice along the vertical lines, and jumble up for the kids to put back together again.
There are lots of ways to use our spring vocabulary die at home or in the classroom. Younger kids can simply roll the dice then say the word, but older children can try spelling the words correctly. Simply print, fold and glue your die to begin.