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Happy Spring time!


Spring has finally arrived. The months of cold are beginning to go away. New flowers to smell, trees are getting green and baby animals are everywhere. Spring is a magical time that means more sun and summer fun is coming. But do you know what spring really is?

  • Spring happens at different times around the earth.

  • The Northern Hemisphere, including the U.S., starts spring between March 19 and March 21.

  • The Southern Hemisphere, including Australia, has spring around September 22 and September 23.

  • Spring ends around June 21 in the Northern Hemisphere.

  • Around December 22 is the end of spring in the Southern Hemisphere.

  • Vernal equinox is the first day of spring. It's the closest it gets to having 12 hours of day and night.

  • During the vernal equinox, the sun is right above the equator, and if you are standing on it, the sun goes right over your head.

  • Days begin to get longer in spring because the Earth tilts toward the sun.

  • Spring is one of four months in a year. It's after winter and before summer.

>> Animals Are Ready

      Spring is an amazing time for animals all

      over the world. Not only are they waking

      up from their long winter sleep, but they

      might be born as well. Learn some fun facts

      about these spring babies:

>> Spring is full of fun facts.

      Learn some unique things that you might

      not know:

  • Spring is when plants and animals come back to life, which is why it is known for rebirth.

  • Spring fever isn't just a word, it's also a researched medical disorder.

  • The word spring originated in the early 14th century.

  • Spring cleaning is where you get rid of the old to make room for the new.

  • Aries, Taurus and Gemini are the spring zodiac signs.

  • Around spring is when the months of darkness and light begins in the North Pole and South Pole.

  • Spring birthday stones are aquamarine, diamond, emerald and pearl.

  • On the vernal equinox, the sun aligns with the symbols on the Great Sphinx in Egypt.

  • Spring chickens is a term used to mean young people.

  • Spring is a popular topic for poets because of all the fun themes of growth and birth.

Source: by Jennifer L. Betts - Teacher and Tutor

Children in the Garden


Planting a Garden

Nothing says spring like fresh flowers or a vegetable garden. Take your child in the backyard with a shovel and watering can, pick an area of your yard to start, and dig some holes to plant easy to grow flowers, like zinnias or peonies. You can plant in a small pot or flowerbox with potting soil if you do not have a large yard or live in an apartment. Discuss the colors and sizes of the flowers with your child for a learning experience.

Give them the responsibility of watering the plants and making sure they get sunlight everyday.


Movie of the season!

Year of production: 2016

Running Time: 6:47 min

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In the internationally acclaimed The Very Hungry Caterpillar, a tiny caterpillar eats and eats…and eats his way through the week. Taken from The Very Hungry Caterpillar and Other Stories collection. Based on Eric Carle's picture book.

Learning seasons for children.

Year of production: 2015

Running Time: 3:52 sec

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In this episode we observe the change in seasons from summer to fall as we learn about autumn, hibernation, migration, and more.

5 Amazing Facts

Year of production: 2017

Running Time: 2:28 min

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Spring is the most amazing season. This video shows 5 amazing facts about this season in a fun way. If you love the season then you will certainly fall in love with this video too.


Year of production: 2013

Running Time: 2:35 min

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It's the first day of spring, which means longer days, warmer weather, and the advent of flowers blooming.

Spring is HERE! Song for Kids.

Year of production: 2013

Running Time: 3:38 min

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Popular children's dance song about spring, "Spring is Here" with lyrics.


Year of production: 2018

Running Time: 3:22 min

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Hey Happy Readers!! Welcome to our Children's Books Read Aloud! In this video we present the Spring Books for Kids, And Then It's Spring book read aloud by Beth with Happy Cultivated.

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