Incorporate fun into your learning with these fun and easy March crafts for kids.  

March is the perfect time to engage kids in fun and creative activities as we transition into warmer weather and celebrate special occasions like St. Patrick’s Day and Easter.

Spring crafts offer a fantastic opportunity for children to explore their creativity while developing important skills like fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination.

Whether you’re a parent, teacher, or caregiver, here are 50 easy March crafts that kids of all ages will enjoy!

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Rainbow Crafts for Kids

Engaging in rainbow crafts is not only a delightful creative pursuit for kids but also an educational one.

As they meticulously arrange colorful strips of paper, paint vibrant arcs across canvases, or fashion rainbow-themed objects, children learn about the spectrum of colors, the beauty of diversity, and the joy of self-expression.

These crafts encourage exploration, imagination, and fine motor skills development, all while fostering a sense of wonder and appreciation for the natural world.

Whether it’s crafting a paper plate rainbow or stringing together a rainbow paper chain, kids are not just creating art; they’re painting their world with the brilliant hues of their imagination.

🌈 Paper Plate Rainbow: Craft a rainbow using paper plates and different colored construction paper.

🌈 Rubber Band Rainbows: Stretch colorful rubber bands across a cardboard arch to make rainbow art.

🌈 Rainbow Paper Chains: Cut strips of colorful paper and link them together to make rainbow chains.

🌈 Beautiful Rainbow Craft: Create a stunning rainbow using colored paper strips and cotton balls for clouds.

🌈 Rainbow Playdough: Mix food coloring into homemade playdough to create a rainbow of colors.

🌈 Pipe Cleaner Rainbow: This pipe cleaner rainbow snack could not be any cuter. All you need is fruit loops, marshmallows, and a pipe cleaner.

St. Patrick’s Day Crafts for Kids

Engaging young children in St. Patrick’s Day crafts is not just a great way to celebrate the holiday; it’s also a fun way to explore creativity and learn about Irish culture.

From simple paper plate crafts to intricate flower crafts adorned with colorful flower petals, there are endless fun ideas to try.

Kids can create adorable lamb crafts or St. Patrick’s Day-themed projects using pipe cleaners, googly eyes, and different colors of construction paper.

Whether it’s crafting shamrocks, leprechaun hats, or rainbow-themed decorations, St. Patrick’s Day crafts offer a perfect way for children to express themselves and develop fine motor skills.

With the whole month of March dedicated to celebrating crafts and creativity, there’s no shortage of inspiration for fun activities.

Easy St. Patty’s Day Crafts for Kids

☘️ St. Patrick’s Day Shamrocks: Make shamrocks using green construction paper and glitter for St. Patrick’s Day.

☘️ St. Patrick’s Day Leprechaun Hats: Create leprechaun hats using black paper, gold glitter, and green ribbon.

☘️ St. Patrick’s Day Pot of Gold: Craft pots of gold using black paper and gold coins for St. Patrick’s Day.

☘️ St. Patrick’s Day Bracelets: Make bracelets using green beads and shamrock charms for St. Patrick’s Day.

☘️ St. Patrick’s Day Treasure Hunt: Plan a St. Patrick’s Day-themed treasure hunt with crafts as clues.

☘️ Paper Plate Rainbow and Pot of Gold: This swirly paper plate rainbow would be so much fun to see hanging around a classroom! When you paint or color the plate, be sure to do so on both sides!

☘️ Marshmallow Shamrock Painting: Grab some marshmallows and paint one of these cute shamrocks.

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Parents and educators can find project ideas, lesson plans, and free printables online, making it easy to plan themed activities for toddlers and preschoolers.

So gather some supplies from the craft store, put on some festive music, and let the little ones dive into a world of St. Patrick’s Day creativity!

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Dr. Seuss Crafts 

March 2nd is Dr. Seuss’ birthday.  Of course the kids will want to do all the fun crafts for their favorite books, such as Cat in the Hat and Green Eggs and Ham.

📚 Dr. Seuss-Inspired Crafts: Celebrate Dr. Seuss’s birthday on March 2nd with themed craft activities.

📚 Dr. Seuss-themed Hat Craft: Craft iconic Dr. Seuss hats using construction paper and stripes.

This adorable craft is from FrugalMomEh

You can visit my post, 35 Fun Dr. Seuss Crafts, to see the complete lists of these fun and easy crafts. 

Flower Crafts for Kids

Kids can have a blast making flower crafts, which not only serve as a great craft activity but also make wonderful gifts for loved ones.

Whether it’s for St. Patrick’s Day, spring celebrations, or just a fun activity to brighten up any day, flower crafts offer a perfect blend of creativity and enjoyment for children of all ages.

Younger kids can engage their little hands in simple projects like toilet paper roll flowers or paper plate blooms, while older children may enjoy more intricate designs using coffee filters or tissue paper.

These crafts provide an easy way for kids to practice their fine motor skills while having lots of fun.

From beautiful bouquets to cute spring-themed decorations, the possibilities for flower crafts are endless.

🌷 Tissue Paper Flowers: Create beautiful spring flowers using tissue paper in various colors.

🌷 Egg Carton Flowers: Transform egg cartons into colorful blossoms for a lovely spring bouquet.

🌷 Paper Plate Ladybugs: Paint paper plates red and add black spots to create adorable ladybugs.

🌷 Cupcake Liner Flowers: Use cupcake liners and popsicle sticks to make vibrant flower creations.

🌷 Tissue Paper Flower Prints: Use tissue paper and water to create flower prints on paper.

You can find plenty of themed ideas and DIY videos online to inspire creative projects for kids.

Gather some pom poms, popsicle sticks, and other craft supplies and let the little ones dive into a world of flower-inspired creativity.

With simple materials and a bit of imagination, kids can create beautiful blossoms to brighten up any space!

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Spring Crafts for Kids

Spring crafts for kids offer a fantastic way to welcome the season with creativity and joy.

From adorable lamb crafts to colorful flower creations, there are endless possibilities for fun and engaging projects that capture the spirit of spring.

Whether it’s crafting Easter eggs, decorating with beautiful flowers, or celebrating St. Patrick’s Day with themed crafts, children of all ages can enjoy the excitement of crafting.

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It’s a vibrant time of year to hang up some new crafts!

Do you have simple materials like toilet paper rolls, popsicle sticks, and paper plates on hand?

If so, kids can explore their creativity while practicing fine motor skills and engaging in fun art projects.

🌸 Butterfly Life Cycle: Learn about the butterfly life cycle through a hands-on craft project.

🌸 Paper Plate Garden: Design a garden scene using paper plates, construction paper, and craft sticks.

🌸 Spring Wreath: Construct a spring wreath using paper flowers, ribbon, and a paper plate base.

🌸 Easter Egg Decorating: Get ready for Easter by decorating eggs with paint, markers, and stickers.

🌸 Spring-themed Sensory Bins: Fill sensory bins with spring-themed materials like fake flowers, grass, and plastic insects.

Let’s get crafting and celebrate the arrival of spring with adorable crafts that capture the essence of this colorful season!

Easter Crafts for Kids

🐣 Decorating Easter eggs

🐥 Making Easter egg carton chicks

🐰 Crafting Easter bunny masks using paper plates, cotton balls, and construction paper

🥚 Creating Easter-themed sensory bins filled with fake grass, plastic eggs, and other spring-themed materials

🎨 Designing Easter egg decorations with paint, markers, and stickers.

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Conclusion: March Crafts for Kids

In conclusion, March crafts for our children offer an incredible avenue for creativity, learning, and enjoyment.

Whether we’re gearing up to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, eagerly welcoming the arrival of spring, or simply seeking themed activities to engage our little ones, March provides the perfect platform for crafting adventures.

From simple paper plate creations to more complex projects that hone fine motor skills and foster artistic expression, there’s something to suit every child’s age and interests.

Through crafting, our children can produce beautiful works of art. They can also develop vital skills such as hand-eye coordination, problem-solving, and self-expression.

With the plethora of resources and themed ideas, you have endless opportunities to inspire and involve our children in meaningful craft activities.

March crafts aren’t just about creating objects. They are about nurturing imagination, building lasting memories, and instilling a lifelong love for creativity and self-expression in our children.

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25 Fun Farm Crafts for Kids

If you are entering a farm unit or visiting a local farm, its probably time to bring out the farm crafts for kids. 

Crafts are a great item to add into a unit plan before and after the bulk of the learning. Creating a craft can introduce young children to the topic, and affirm what they have recently learned! If you are looking for some farm themed crafts, these adorable farm crafts are perfect for your unit or lesson plans.

Old MacDonald Crafts

Little farmers and those learning the Old MacDonald song will love these crafts! Any craft on this post will fit well with an Old MacDonald lesson plan or unit. These are just a few that were specifically made with Old MacDonald in mind! Whether you are looking for a barn, truck, tractor, or farm animal craft, you will find something that fits well with what you need.  

These farm craft ideas would be the perfect addition to these Old MacDonald printables.

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  • Old MacDonald had a Pig: This simple craft has you turn a cute, little footprint into a tractor with wheels!
  • Popsicle Stick Farm Trucks: This cute farm craft requires popsicle sticks,  and lets you load up any fruit or vegetable you like in the back of the truck!
  • Popsicle Stick Barn: Grab some red paper, popsicle sticks, hay, and farm animal stickers! With all of those materials, little creators can make their big red barn look however they like.
  • Easy  Farm Animal Puppets: These cute little farm animals are made on spoons and perfect for practicing your animals sounds and encouraging pretend play. 
  • Farm Themed Sensory Bin: If you are looking for simple farm sensory play, take a look at this for some sensory bin inspiration.
  • Old MacDonald Toilet Paper Roll Animals: These toilet paper roll animals use all sorts of materials to add a little texture and variety to each animal!
  • Old MacDonald Dancing Farm Animals: Whether you work with 4 year olds or 9 year olds, your little creatives will love this craft. It comes with a free printable, so no worries if drawing animals is not your area of expertise! 

Easy Fun Farm Crafts

These farm activities and cute farm animals crafts are perfect for any age. Plenty of them are a fun and simple way to create farm animals. If you are looking for something different, there is even a corn craft and a couple of barn and tractor crafts!

  • Paper Circle Farm Animals: If you are looking for the easiest farm craft ever, this is the one. 
  • Handprint Duck: A personalized duck? Perfect for take home crafts. Use googly eyes for the face for an added element! 
  • Fingerprint Sheep: Dipping fingerprints in white paint for the wool is a simple idea, and great for sensory learners.
  • Easy Paper Farm Animals: This farm animal craft comes with inexpensive farm animal templates. 
  • Footprint Tractor: This is such a creative way to use a foot print!
  • Paper Pate Twirly Pig: These paper plate pigs would be so much fun to see hanging around a classroom!
  • Chicken Handprint:  This one is easy peasy, and only requires construction paper and markers.  
  • Cardboard Tube Baby Chicks: Toilet paper roll craft? Check! These little chicks are adorable!
  • Paper Plate Cow: Paper plate crafts are so easy and fun!  Make this simple cow’s head with stuff you already have on hand!
  • Spinning Chicken: These “spinning” chickens will have students and children entertained and engaged for hours! 
  • Peek-a-boo Barn: This barn craft is perfect if you are looking for a simple paper craft. 
  • Cheerio Corn: This fun craft is a great way to use up your cheerios.
  • Sheep Shearing Craft: Let’s work on those fine motor skills and pretend play! Children will love using their hands while they pretend to be farmers shearing their sheep!
  • Handprint Lamb: Handprints are a great way to make any craft a little more personal. 
  • These Little Piggies: Putting paint on feet may be a little messy, but this craft is so simple. Grab a black marker and draw a pig face on those toes!
  • Muddy Pig Craft:  Once the pig is made, children and students can get as creative as they would like with their muddy paint!
  • Paper Plate Sheep Mask: A fun activity and simple craft for pretend play. 
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Popular Farm Animals 

Many of the crafts above can be easily modified to make popular farm animal crafts.  For example, rather than making a paper plate sheep mask, your kids can make a paper plate pig mask. 

Here is a list of popular farm animals along with a simple fact about each animal.   Be sure to check out our Fun Facts for Kids series.  

  • Cows– Cows can only remember the past three years of their life.
  • Sheep– One female sheep produces enough wool to make a fancy suit!
  • Pigs – Pigs are the 4th most intelligent animal! They are right behind chimpanzees, dolphins, and elephants.
  • Chickens– Some chickens can lay blue or green eggs!
  • Goats– Goats do not have teeth on their upper jaw!
  • Horses– Horses can sleep standing up!
  • Geese– A male goose is called a gander. A group of geese is called a gaggle!
  • Ducks – Duck feathers are waterproof! 
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March Crafts for Kids