These Spring books for preschoolers introduce concepts such as rain showers, baby animals, blooming flowers and seeds, and more.
Reading books are an important way to connect and bond with kids, all while introducing a new subject or theme. Research shows that reading with babies and toddlers helps boost vocabulary and language development.
Not only is reading fundamental to development, but it’s also a great way to stay busy at home or on the go with toddlers. It’s on our list of activities you can do every day with a 1 year old!
These books about Spring for preschoolers introduce concepts such as rain showers, baby animals, blooming flowers and seeds, and more! They are perfect to read as extension lessons to some of these excellent Spring activities for toddlers and preschoolers.
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Spring Books for Preschoolers
We live in an area of the United States that has quite cold Winters with snow, ice, and hardly any greenery. When the Spring comes, trees bloom, flowers sprout up, and rain showers fill the days. It’s one of my favorite times of the year to celebrate with my kids.
Observing animal babies, jumping in puddles, looking for greens shooting up from the cold Earth to sprout beautiful flowers, are all signs of Spring for us. These books are among our favorites. Check out the list below, and consider adding to your collection or make a list for your next trip to the library.
Books About Rain and Spring Weather
Looking for Signs of Spring in Nature
We can never quite wait to get started on the garden activities. Before we can truly garden outdoors, we start with garden pretend play inside! If the kids can’t wait to get their hands on some seeds, we set up a garden sensory bin, and this dirt sensory bin with a chocolate pudding base for babies and toddlers.
Animals in the Spring
Baby animals in the Spring just make us smile…every.single.time. We love to do baby animal-inspired activities! Check out this baby chick counting busy bag, this Spring sensory in with little pom pom chicks, and these wine cork stamped baby chicks!
Have so much fun reading these books about Spring for preschoolers, and creating some of the activities listed above!
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