How to Help Your Kids Celebrate Spring With a May Day Tradition

Looking for a fun way to celebrate springtime with your kids?

Want to share a May Day tradition that will make someone smile?

Surprise friends and neighbors with a May basket, a lovely (and secret) gift your family can make together.

In this article I will show you how to make a May Day basket filled with flowers to celebrate spring and then go a-Maying in your community to bring joy to someone’s day.

How to make a May Day basket filled with flowers to celebrate Springtime and then go a-Maying in your community to bring joy to someone’s day.

Why Go a-Maying?

May Day is a holiday celebrated around the world on May 1. It’s especially fun for kids, since it involves making special baskets of flowers and mysteriously delivering them to friends and neighbors.

Going a-Maying is a fantastic way to get your kids face-to-face with all that budding, blossoming, good-smelling beauty of spring.

You’ve heard the saying, “stop and smell the roses.” This activity has you literally stop and smell the flowers, gather them, put them in a special basket and secretly deliver them. What’s “springier” than that?

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