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April Art Activities for Grades 3 to 7

Upper elementary and middle school teachers, homeschoolers, and parents. Give kids a break from screens and get creative with these print-and-go, imaginative April art activities!

Art helps kids to express their views, and celebrate their uniqueness. It also offers many benefits for their physical and emotional development, from improving fine motor skills to fostering concentration and focus. Choose from a variety of spring-themed April art activities for grades 3-7, including Earth Day 🌎 and Easter 🐣

Earth Day Art – Save the Sea Turtles!

Students love these ‘Save the Sea Turtles’ Earth Day coloring pages and art activities. Learn more about endangered species and ocean pollution. Students can explore and express their views on key global and environmental issues through art and lively discussion. Create an impactful Earth Day art display this April with these imaginative activities.

colorful sea turtle art

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Morgan says,
My students were obsessed with these last year!! I printed them as poster size (4 pages) and backed with them black construction paper. I can’t wait to do them again this year for Earth Day. By far, my favorite project of all times.

Design T-shirts for Earth Day

Kids love this Earth Day T-shirt design activity! Using the T-shirt templates and fun examples provided, encourage your students to explore and express their views on key global and environmental issues. Create impactful Earth Day posters and design earth-friendly T-shirts using bold colors, shapes, symbols, and words.

‘Save Our Planet’ Earth Day Posters Activity

Celebrate Earth Day with this ‘Save our Planet’ poster art activity. Create colorful globes, and experiment with shades of green for landmass and shades of blue for the ocean. Doodle over the finished artwork with words and symbols to create unique globes, while discussing the importance of caring for our planet.

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Melanie says,
A great art activity for earth day that looks amazing when displayed. The kids really enjoyed mixing the colors! Thanks!

Design Earth-Friendly Bags Art Activity

Invite your students to design a range of earth-friendly bags to create an impactful Earth Day display in the classroom. Students can use words and doodles to express their views on key global and environmental issues, including how the use of plastic impacts our world.

April art Activities

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Larissa says,
LOVE these! The kids loved them! 10/10

Earth Day Art and Writing Activities Bundle

Use this Earth Day art, writing and coloring activities bundle to explore and increase awareness of key environmental issues facing our planet. Bring your classroom to life with stunning, colorful displays and celebrate Earth Day creatively! Save 25% with this art bundle offer.

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⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Sarah says,
My students loved this bundle for Earth Day and we used it to create a display. Such a simple and easy bundle suitable for all abilities and learning needs. Fabulous!

Easter and Spring Abstract Coloring Pages

These abstract art Easter coloring pages encourage students to experiment with color, shape, line, and pattern. Create an inspiring collaborative classroom display for your March or April bulletin board with these imaginative spring art activities.

March Art Activities for Upper Elementary

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Kristi says,
“My kids loved these and I liked how they incorporate famous artists that my students have studied.”

Easter Bunny Coloring Pages

Celebrate spring with these fun Easter rabbit coloring pages. Students will love taking a creative brain break with this abstract spring art activity. Experiment with watercolor paints and make a fabulous Spring or Easter classroom display. A fun way to learn about warm and cool colors this spring.

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Annette says,
“Simple to use and made for a great looking display. Also fitted in with our current work on hot and cold colours.”

Abstract Easter Egg Art Activity

This colorful abstract Easter Egg Art Activity makes a fun and creative brain break for your students. These print-and-go spring coloring pages are perfect for March and April bulletin board displays. Explore color, line, pattern, and shape, and aim for the egg silhouette to stand out from the background when the artwork is complete. Students can experiment with light and dark colors, warm and cool colors.

Fun Spring Coloring Pages – Splash into Spring! 💦

These fun spring coloring pages will help you splash into spring! The finished coloring pages are the perfect way to decorate your spring bulletin board or classroom door this March and April.

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Alison says,
“These pages went perfectly with our door decorations for spring. Students loved coloring a pair of rain boots and an umbrella to display as we transition into the spring season.”

Anzac Day Abstract Poppy Art Activities

Commemorate Anzac Day this April, with these abstract poppy templates and posters. Engage students creatively and produce a vibrant Anzac Day display for your classroom this April. ANZAC stands for Australian and New Zealand Army Corps.

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Fiona says,
This is such a great resource for Anzac Day. We discussed tones of red and green, the importance of the poppy and remembering our fallen, as well as the definition for purple, red and white poppies and what they mean. My students loved this activity. The final product was mounted on black card for display.

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Happy coloring!
If you try any of these April art activities, I would love to see your students’ artwork – tag me on Instagram!

See you soon,

Diane 🙂

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