10 Spring Activities You Should Start Planning Now4 min read
Spring is undoubtedly one of the most exciting seasons because of so many reasons – the weather around is so pleasant, all the trees shine and swing in happiness and the flowers are in full bloom. Most people love spring but aren’t sure of the things they can do to have fun and learn at the same time. Guiding you today, we will help you with a list of spring activities you can take up with your little one this spring season.
Activities You Can Do This Spring Season
A Homeschool Graduation Party
Suppose you happen to be a high school senior this year, or you’re in your homeschool group’s planning team. In that case, this springtime is probably the best time to start planning a cute and warm graduation celebration for your seniors or even for yourself. You can be as creative as you want to decide on the venue and decor for the graduation celebration. You can allocate duties and responsibilities to your various friends so that the celebrations turn out to be good.
How About A Spring Fair
A spring fair can be a great and educational – way to overcome your spring fever. You, along with your friends, can think of a suitable theme and put up stalls and invite people to come and enjoy your mini spring fair. Who knows, you might end up earning more than your pocket mo
Homeschool group parties are relatively easy to plan and are entertaining – at least when you do them in a low-key, minimalistic way. You do need to think about a venue now, though. Places tend to book up quickly in the spring. If that happens, then you can also select your own or your friend’s backyard, where you can host a nice end-of-the-year party.
Show and Tell
To have a fun and learning experience this spring, you can also plan a homeschool show and tell for your homeschool friends’ group to allow students of all ages to share some of the highlights of their school year and what they learned and wish to keep with them for their entire lifetime. Such a show can also be motivating and can help so many choose the right for themselves. You can choose a venue and allow students to display projects, reports, artwork, etc., to friends and relatives.
Go For A Senior Trip
If you’ve got a graduating senior, you can also think about having a senior trip with them. This could either be a family trip or a trip for a group of teens belonging to your homeschool.
Another way to resist your spring fever and celebrate the approaching completion of another homeschool year with some fun could be through informative and fun outdoor field trips. You can start planning them now! We can give you a hint to check out some of the various field trip planning tips and field trip ideas for middle and high school students.
Host A Used Book Sale
Homeschool families are enveloping up their school years and cleaning off their shelves to accommodate next year’s homeschool curriculum. Late spring or early summer are fantastic times to host a used book sale for your homeschool group. This could also be a great way to help those who cannot afford the expensive books and can use the old books and even the old books don’t go to waste.
You heard it right- It’s A Spring Break Trip
Even if you don’t have a senior or you’re not comfortable going on a trip with them, then you might want to take your family on a spring break trip (on a different week than most public schools unless you enjoy dealing with crowds). Of course, if you’re going to be near the mighty mountains, you might like some of these homeschool-friendly spring break ideas too.
Nature Studies Are the Best
Spring is one of our favorite times of year for an excellent nature study. However, you can also start planning now to take full advantage of studying all the gorgeous creations of nature, whether it be birds, bees, or butterflies, along with various flora and fauna.
Spring Unit Studies
Spring is also undoubtedly one of the best times to have some fun, outdoor-themed unit studies. For example, one can easily consider studying the various severe weather (such as tornadoes – and how to stay safe in the event of one), or even the various parts of a flower, gardening, insects, etc. Studying such things can be exciting and can also serve as a great pastime.
If you’re looking to do some fun things during the spring this year or want to focus on the simple pleasures of the season—try some of these stellar spring activities that are just as wonderful as your traditional vacation plans. As with spring activities during coronavirus, adjusting expectations to these socially distant or at-home spring activities may take some mental gymnastics, but by the end of this, you’ll still feel like you got your fill of these activities—while keeping yourself, your family, and your community safe.