To celebrate spring make a 'dream' tree composed of spring flowers and blossoms. This activity includes 8 spring flower templates for you to download. You may also include recycled paper flowers with painted flowers as per the example spring tree above.
Note this tree is a beautiful decoration over 1.3m / 4.3 feet high!
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March is Spring Time in the Northern Hemisphere and time to spring clean the house, the garden, the yard and even your own handbag!
A spring word search!
I am as large as a castly, yet lighters than air
100 men and their horses cannot move me
It has a bed but never sleeps
It has a mouth but does not speak
Improve dexterity. Provide enjoyment.
To promote interaction and sharing. To enhance self-esteem
To promote friendship. Maintain skills.
Horticultural activities for seniors using recycled materials. Desert terrariums are fun to make and easy to maintain.
Visual stimulation offers the broadest range of possibilities.
Beautiful hanging sun catchers for any season!
Recycle egg cartons and make your facility look festive by hanging these colourful flowers everywhere.
These are lovely balls to decorate your facility at your annual Summer Ball. These spring balls are very satisfying, rewarding, and fun to make!
This is another great craft to do and ideal to decorate your facility for parties or a Spring Festival. Offer lots of decoration options and let participants express themselves artistically.
Easy paper flowers to decorate your facility on all occasions.
Make beautiful paper daffodil flowers to celebrate the arrival of Spring!
Create your own beautiful craft garden!
This is a lovely activity perfect for a nursing home setting.
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Celebrate spring with an annual spring party, filled with fun games and activities.
A Spring themed crossword!
Spring reminiscing for the elderly. After months indoors, encourage residents to breathe-in and enjoy the fresh air of spring!
Number 1 in our word ladders series! A fun and stimulating brain activity for the elderly! This word ladder has a SEASONS theme.