Spring Math Crafts

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Spring is finally here! As the days get longer and the temperature rises, we all start to get a little spring fever! With everyone so antsy to get outside it is more important than ever to find engaging learning activities for your students. That is why we created these Spring Math Crafts! 

These crafts are the perfect way to celebrate Spring with your class while covering important learning standards. Your students will love cutting, pasting, and creating these crafts.  You’ll love how easy-to-prep these crafts are so you’re not wasting your precious prep time!  They’re perfect for math centers, independent work, or as a fun class activity! Learn all about these Spring crafts below, plus grab a free sample!

Math Crafts for 1st Grade

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Number Sense FlowerHave fun making these colorful flowers to demonstrate number sense involving 2-digit numbers. Better yet, there are 20 different flowers to choose from! 

Compare It-UmbrellaStudents will make spring umbrellas that involve cutting and pasting the appropriate symbols to demonstrate an understanding of greater than, less than or equal using numbers up to 100.

Spring Birds Fact FamiliesStudents will demonstrate knowledge of fact families while creating a fun bird craft. There are 10 options to choose from, so students can have multiple opportunities to practice this skill! 

Sunny Day Word ProblemsLet your students practice solving word problems involving numbers 1-10 and show their work using a ten frame on this colorful spring image.

Math Crafts for 2nd Grade

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3 digit Place Value Kite Your class will love making these colorful kites to demonstrate their knowledge of hundreds, tens and ones in 3-digit numbers.

Telling Time Spring FlowersAs your students make these flowers, they will answer word problems that involve telling time, and show their answer by choosing the correct clock for the middle of the flower. Make one, or multiple to have an entire garden to display on your bulletin boards!

Geometry UmbrellasStudents will make spring umbrellas that involve partitioning 2-d shapes to demonstrate knowledge of fractions.

Rainbow Addition and SubtractionAs your class makes these colorful rainbows, they’ll practice addition and subtraction problems that involve numbers 0-20. There are 3 different versions included!

As a special Spring bonus, get the Rainbow Addition and Subtraction craft for FREE by clicking HERE! This free download includes all 3 versions to use in your classroom. 

We love seeing our crafts in action! Send us a picture of your class using them or tag us on social media! Happy Spring!

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