A Comprehensive List of Spring Words

Spring Word Bank with Activity Tips

&copy Janelle Cox

This comprehensive spring word list can be used to create many spring activities such as: worksheets, writing prompts, word walls, word searches, journal writing, and much more. Scroll down to the bottom of the page for tips on how to use these spring words in your classroom.

A

  • Allergies
  • April
  • April Fools Day

B

  • Baseball
  • Basket
  • Bees
  • Bike
  • Bloom
  • Blooming
  • Blossom
  • Blue
  • Blue Sky
  • Breezy
  • Bright
  • Brisk
  • Bunny
  • Butterfly
  • Buds
  • Buzzing

    C

    • Caterpillar
    • Chick
    • Chirping
    • Cinco De Mayo
    • Clouds

    D

    • Daffodils
    • Daisies
    • Dandelions

    E

    • Earth Day
    • Easter
    • Eggs

    F

    • Flowers

    G

    • Galoshes
    • Garden
    • Golf
    • Grassy
    • Green
    • Growing

    H

    • Hat
    • Hatch

    K

    • Kite

    L

    • Ladybug
    • Lamb
    • Light colors
    • Lightening
    • Lily

    M

    • March
    • May
    • May Day
    • May flowers
    • Melting
    • Memorial Day
    • Mother's Day

    N

    • Nature
    • Nest

    O

    • Outdoors

    P

    • Pastel
    • Pedal
    • Pink
    • Plant
    • Puddles
    • Purple

    R

    • Rain
    • Rainbow
    • Rain boots
    • Raincoat
    • Robin
    • Roller skates

    S

    • Seasons
    • Seeds
    • Sidewalk
    • Showers
    • Sky
    • Slicker
    • Springtime
    • Spring break
    • Sprouting
    • Sunny
    • Sunglasses
    • Sunshine

    T

    • Tadpole
    • Trees
    • Tulips
    • Twigs

    U

    • Umbrella

    W

    • Warm
    • Watering can
    • Weather
    • Wet
    • Windy
    • Worms

    Y

    • Yellow

    Activity Tips

    Here are ten ideas for using this Spring word list in your classroom:

    1. Create a colorful word wall of these Spring words for your young writers to view throughout the season.
    2. Have students use the Spring word list to create an acrostic poem.
    3. Create a Spring word scramble, where students must be detectives and try and unscramble each word from the list.
    4. Have students fold a piece of paper in half, then write each spring word on the list down the left-hand side of their paper. Next, have them draw a picture on the right-hand column, to accompany the word in the left-hand column.
    1. Have students create a graphic organizer where they must write down ten spring words that are not on the list.
    2. Students must choose ten words from the list, and use the word in a sentence.
    3. Students must choose five words from the list, and write five adjectives describing each word.
    4. From the list, students must write five Spring words under each of the following categories: Spring weather, Spring holidays, Spring outdoors, Spring Activities, and Spring clothing.
    1. Using the list, students must write down as many compound words as they can find.
    2. Have students create a story using as many words from the list as they can.