10 Fun May Day Crafts for Kids
Do you have family traditions to welcome spring? If not, now’s a great time to start! May Day is celebrated on the first day of May to celebrate spring. Some parts of the world celebrate with festivals that include dancing and parades with floats covered in flowers. You can celebrate spring on a smaller scale by gathering flowers and leaving them on friends’ doorsteps to brighten their day. Also, make these cute spring crafts on May Day at home with your kids. Make a May Pole, plant wildflowers, or craft a flower with this list of 10 Fun May Day Crafts for Kids!
Wildflower Plantable Seed Paper from Green Kid Crafts
May Day Baskets from JDaniel4s Mom
Pipe Cleaner Flower from the Resourceful Mama
Tissue Paper Flowers from Playdough and Popsicles for Green Kid Crafts
May Pole made with recycled materials from Play and Learn Everyday
Cork-Stamped Flower Craft with Corks and Buttons from Happy Hooligans
May Day Tissue Flower Wreaths from Kitchen Floor Crafts
Finger Painted Flowers and May Day Basket from Things to Share and Remember
Paper Flower Craft from Easy Peasy and Fun
Handprint Sunflowers from Crafty Mama in ME!
Celebrate More Holidays from Around the World with our Around the World Discovery Box!
We have created a 2-box Holidays Around the World Pack that will inspire your pint-sized geographer! The cultural crafts in this Around the World Pack will take your traveler to six exciting places: Japan, India, Africa, Guatemala, Australia, and China. At each stop we’ll find a wealth of crafting inspiration as we learn about a unique culture and holiday traditions while developing our appreciation for the differences that make the world, and its people, beautiful. Projects include making Diwali Candles from India, designing an African Mask, making Japanese Lanterns, creating a Chinese Hand Kite that really flies, Aboriginal Rock Art from Australia, and Guatemalan Worry Dolls and a Worry Box from South America. This box also comes with a Passport Sticker Book and a full-size world map.