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31 Fabulous May Activities for Kids

Your kids will be busy all month long with these 31 fabulous May activities for kids! There are clever ideas featuring bees, ladybugs, butterflies, gardening, and more for kids of all ages!

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May Activities for Kids

This fabulous list of May activities for kids includes sensory play, learning activities, small world play, music activities, science and STEM activities, and simple recipes you can make with your kids. There are lots of butterfly and bee activities, as well as some ladybugs and gardening activities, plus lots more activities to celebrate the warmer weather.

There are 31 activities on this list, enough for you to try something new every day in May!

Plus, don’t miss these 31 May Crafts for Kids ideas too!

Caterpillar and Butterfly Activities

Caterpillar and Butterfly Activities

Ladybug Activities

Ladybug Activities

  • Ladybug playdough activity from The Art Kit. This is a gorgeous play dough set up with lots of opportunities for counting and number learning.
  • Ladybug clear slime from Natural Beach Living. I love the look of this stretchy, squishy red slime.
  • Pretzel ladybug and bumblebees from One Little Project. These are so cute and so much fun to make with the kids.
  • Ladybug alphabet matching from I Heart Crafty Things.This is a gorgeous upper and lowercase letter matching printable.
  • Ladybug math game from Fantastic Fun and Learning. This activity cleverly combines a sensory bin with number learning, and ties it all to a great book.

Bee Activities

Bee Activities

More Insect Activities

Gardening Activities

Gardening Activities

More Fun May Activities

More Fun May Activities

May Activities for Kids    

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Kate

Kate is an Aussie Mum to four kids and an early childhood educator. She shares easy activities for kids, family friendly recipes and lots of printables on her blog picklebums.com

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