Spring Bs Preschool/Kindergarten Curriculum

Spring Bs Preschool/Kindergarten Curriculum

Spring Bs (Birds, Buds, Butterflies & Bees) 12 Week Curriculum
(Preschool-Kindergarten / Ages 4-6)


Spring Bs is now available! I hope you enjoy the Spring unit in our Preschool/Kindergarten curriculum collection.

Please Note: When it comes to the FAIRY TALES… I recommend parents review and choose a version that they feel comfortable sharing with their children. Every family has a different tolerance for the “Grimm” factor in fairy tales.

If you are working on the unit and would like to include the button on the blog… here it is. You can copy and save it to your computer or just copy the text below and paste it on your page.









Michelle ~ Wee Folk Art


  1. I would love to see the preview of the spring booklist, but I don’t know how to find it. Is it totally obvious? Sometimes things are so easy I can’t figure them out…. can you help me?


    1. The books are listed in the Amazon box on this page. Is that not showing up for you? I do not have a PDF available yet. I will be working on getting all my notes typed up nicely over the next couple weeks.

      1. I figured it out. When I used Internet Explorer, it was HUGEly obvious. Using Firefox (my usual browser) it doesn’t show up. Thanks for the list!


        1. Hmm… wonder why that is. I use Foxfire and it is showing up. I’ll have to check it on another computer and see what the deal is. But glad you got it!

  2. YAY!!! We are really enjoying the winter wonderland curriculum and cannot wait to see what’s in store for the spring!!!

    Thank you so, so much for taking the time to put together this wonderful curriculum!!!!


  3. We are so excited to get started on the winter pre-k curriculum! I have wanted to start working on some structure for my kiddos and this is absolutely perfect timing and I cannot wait to see the Spring section <3

    From our crunchy family to yours, "Brightest Blessings and Thanks!"

    The Maynard Mob

  4. We’re in the middle of the Winter Wonderland curric, and I was wondering when this one might be ready? 🙂

  5. Hi,

    Just wondering if you can add a button for blogs to link with.


    1. NP – the button is now up. I haven’t had a chance to double it check by trying it on a different site (which I normally do). But it should be fine… of course let me know if for some reason it isn’t linking correctly. Enjoy!

  6. I am SO thrilled I looked at the home schooling category today! I have decided to start home schooling my 5 yr old this coming fall and was floundering at where to start. I have been following your blog for the last year or so, making lots of your lovely projects, and have enjoyed it all very much. I was feeling a bit of outside pressure (my dear sweet mother in law) to decide what/when/how I was going to do this. I’m feeling so much better after this! Thank you so much for taking your time to put all this information together!

  7. I have just stumbled upon your site and would like to thank to for allowing us to use your ideas. I think this would be fun for my 4 year old who is looking for more to do. Thanks so much.

    1. This looks absolutely perfect. All these tinny details are made with lot of background knowledge. I like it a lot. This was a useful post and I think it is rather easy to see from the other comments as well that this post is well written and useful.

  8. I was going over the Spring Curriculum and i’m looking forward to using it this spring with my little one… but i was wondering what the FF: stood for in the chart, i couldn’t find an explanation as to what sort of activity that would be.

    1. FF stands for Flower Fairy. There is a Flower Fairy coloring book and corresponding poetry book.

      1. Which Flower Fairy coloring and Poetry book goes with the curriculum? I can’t find it on the book list. I love this curriculum, thank you so much for sharing. Thank you!!

        1. It is the alphabet coloring book. Enjoy!

          1. Hi! I cannot find the Flower Fairy Coloring Book for the life of me. Where is this and the complimenting poetry book along with the art portion of the curriculum. I need some direction. Everything else seems obvious to find, but I can’t find these portions. Thank you.

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