Spring Cut and Paste Paper Craft for Kids (FREE Printable!)
Looking to add a bit of spring into your home? Kids (and adults!) of all ages will absolutely LOVE making this adorable spring paper craft. Perfect for a unit study on clouds, weather, or spring, this fun (and best of all, SIMPLE) craft is great for younger children working on their scissor skills or older children who simply enjoy working on crafts.
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Materials Needed for this Spring Cloud + Rain Craft
How to Make the Spring Paper Craft
- Print out the sheets and cut out the cloud and rain drops.
- Cut several strands of yarn (we cut five) and tape or glue them to the back of the cloud.
- Turn the cloud over and attach several raindrops and gems to the yarn using glue.
- Display your artwork!
Money and Time Saving Tip:
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We are now saving SO MUCH money (and time) on ink and I don’t feel guilty about printing out new printables and playdough mats each day. If you want to check it out, ordering through our link here will give you 1 free month.
You can use just about any HP printer but we’ve been using this compact one and absolutely love it! The color is gorgeous and matches my decor (we’ll call that a win!) and the size is smaller than any printer I’ve ever owned which is great for small spaces (or living room/dining room offices).
Between HP Instant Ink and our compact printer, my printing life truly has become so much easier to print all these fun playdough mats and activity sheets we’ve been making lately.
Extend the Fun with These Adorable Finds:
Clouds – Let’s Read and Find out Book
Cloud Marquee Night Light
My First Colorforms Miss Weather Set
How to Access this Free Spring Craft Printable:
This particular printable can be found on page 22 of the resource library.
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