Spring has officially sprung today!

HelloSpringLighter nights, warmer days and evidence of nature’s burgeoning abundance certainly deserve to be celebrated.  If you’re in celebratory mood too then find a frame for the lovely Free Spring Printable from spring cleaning fan Jill at Popsicle and spread the seasonal delight through your household and to all your visitors.

EarthLaughsFlowersIf you have another frame going spare then Somewhat Simple’s Sarah Free Spring Printable The Earth Laughs in Flowers (available in three colours) will also bring a spring-like feel to your home.  Her blog post is definitely worth a visit as it’s also part of a blog hop so you’ll also find a further 11 links to spring printables including gift tags, cards and labels – “Do some finger stretches, otherwise your mouse-clicking finger will not survive…”

SpringListHello Nature’s Ashley provides a Spring Checklist featuring ten things she looks forward to doing in the spring.

Ashley’s activities are ones that all members of the family can join in with but if you’re looking for some themed downloads specifically for the younger members of your household to do during the upcoming school holidays then there’s plenty more printables available too.

SpringDinosaurs“28 3 Part Cards, Which one is Different, What Comes Next, Size Sequencing, Prewriting Practice, Sorting, Pattern Cards, Matching Cards, 10 Piece Puzzles, 4 Pieces Puzzles, Number Clip Cards, Read Write the Room with numbers, Beginning Sounds, Read Write the Room, 2 Small Spring Books, Flower Paths, Color the Patterns” are just some of the activity sheets included in the Spring Printables pack offered by 3 Dinosaurs where you can also find a Tot Pack and an update pack.

TractorTedIn the Playroom’s Anna has three boys who are all fans of Tractor Ted, “a cheerful green character, introducing children to real life on the farm” and she’s included a Tractor Ted Free Spring Printable Activity Sheet for fellow tractor enthusiasts to download.

MatchingGameAnd, for a Spring Matching Printable game that doubles as a colouring page, head to Melissa and Doug’s blog.  After your child has coloured in the images, ask them to draw a line between the matching items on the left and right, then cut them out and flip them over for a memory game of matching pairs.

ToppersSpringHow to reward the winner?  With a pot of playdough or a cupcake or course!  And Desiree at 36th Avenue has just the right Cupcake Toppers Printable to make sure your theme’s continued right through to the prize.

Do you love finding printables on the internet?  Do you have particular favourites?  Or have you featured some on your own blog?  Email karen.malpass@inkfactory.com with your links and we may be able to feature them in a future post.


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