Add some easy, no-prep fun to your spring language arts lessons with these free printable spring word list activities for kids. This Spring Fun with Word Packet is perfect for students in 1st – 3rd grade, though other ages may work as well. Grab the free printables and get ready to add some spring word fun to your days!
Free Printable Fun Spring Word List Activities
The Spring Fun with Words packet is a great way to work on language arts activities in a fun way while using spring themes and words associated with spring. The 14-page packet has cute spring-themed pictures to go along with a variety of word puzzles and activities. The packet includes both color and black and white pages as well as answer keys.
You and your students (or your own children) will love these no prep language arts activities! They are fun while also working on problem solving, brainstorming, compound words, and more.
This printable packet is perfect for using anytime during the spring as an English or Language Arts activity, for fun, as an activity for right before Spring Break (when students and teachers get a little antsy), or to have on hand for early finishers.
Age and Grade Levels for the Spring Word List Activity Pages
The Spring Words Language Arts Packet is great for students in 1st – 3rd grade. However, keeping in mind that many students have different needs and abilities, some pages may be too difficult for some first graders. Some pages may also be perfect for students in 4th – 5th grade.
This packet is available for free, so you can just use the pages that are perfect for your children or students.
How to Grab and Print The Spring Fun with Words: Spring Word List Games and Activities Printable Set
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I recommend printing this packet on regular white printer paper, as there are several pages where kids can color some of the pictures. There are also color versions of the pages, if you want color graphics. However, every page in this packet is available in black and white, which should help with printing costs.
Contents of The Spring Fun with Words: Spring Word List Activities Packet
Pages and activities included in the free spring language arts printable packet:
- Packet cover page
- Answer Key Pages – This includes answer keys for three of the activity pages that have specific answers
- Unscramble Spring Compound Words Pages – This page appears in both black and white and color. Students will unscramble 20 words to form 10 compound words.
- Unscramble Spring Words Pages – This page appears in both black and white and color. Students will unscramble 10 spring-themed words.
- Spring is Here Word Brainstorming – This page, available in black and white and in color, has the phrase “Spring is Here” at the top and lines below for students to write as many words as they can make from letters found in that phrase.
- Spring Alphabet Challenge – Students will brainstorm to see if they can think of a spring-related word for each letter of the alphabet. (Available in black and white and color.)
- Spring Word Find – Also available in both black and white and color, this spring word find has 12 spring-themed words to find.
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More English and Language Arts Printables and Activities
If you’re looking for more language arts and English printables and activities, you’ll want to check out some of these:
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- Prepositions Worksheets Packet – Free eight page packet for working on prepositions
- What is an Adverb? (Free Adverb Worksheet) – Get some practice on recognizing adverbs with this free adverb worksheet.
- Three Little Pigs Worksheets and Activities Packet – Enjoy a free eight page packet for this fairy tale
English and Language Arts Activities and Resources
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