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Spring Craft for Kids: Window Art

Doing a Spring craft is such a fun way to celebrate this wonderful life-filled season. I don’t know about you but after a long dreary way-too-much-snow Minnesotan winter, I am pumped for Spring! WHOOHOOO!

So, here’s an easy Spring craft for your kids to have fun learning the Chinese characters for Spring (春天/chūntiān) and to welcome this wonderful season.

Spring craft kids window art Chinese

Materials for Spring Craft

  • Cut up tissue paper or mini tissue squares. I used colors of the rainbow to make it more Springy (you can use old ones from Christmas gifts. Or, you can pop down to the dollar store like I did and get a set of rainbow colored tissue paper for $1)
  • 2 pieces of contact paper or Glad Press’n’Seal cut to the same size. (Personally contact paper is much easier to handle from my experience. But if you don’t have any at home, Press’n’Seal works too.)
  • Container for tissue paper (optional)
  • My free printable large Chinese characters for Spring
  • Painter’s tape or Washi tape (easy to remove from paper later on)
Spring craft kids window art Chinese

Instructions for Spring Craft

  1. Tape the printable Spring characters down with some painters tape
  2. Then tape down the contact paper on top of the printable
  3. Cut out some strips of construction paper and place around the outer edges of the contact paper if you want borders around yours. I used green.
  4. Set out cut up tissue paper and instruct the kiddos to place tissue paper only on the black area of the character. Younger kids may need more help with this. My three year old daughter needed some help with hers. My six year old student asked me to help her finish hers. It took us about 20 minutes to complete.
  5. After the characters have been covered by tissue paper, remove tape holding the contact paper in place, then stick another sheet of contact paper on top of it.
  6. Then tape onto your window and enjoy your beautiful Spring craft!

What About You?

What fun Spring crafts are you doing with your kiddos? Please share below! I’d love to hear from you.

Please tag me @spotofsunshinechinese if you do make this Spring craft. We would love to see them!

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Hi, I’m Sunny, busy 媽咪 + believer, wrangling our talkative & silly four year old. Thanks for stopping by! I share tid-bits of what I’ve learned and created while teaching my daughter Mandarin Chinese in hopes of simplifying your journey. Hope you find some sunshine here.

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