I'm going to cut a bouquet of daffodils and put them in a pretty vase with water to keep them happy.
Note: I wish these were my daffodils, but they're not. It's just a photo I found on line. I spent the day painting and didn't get a picture taken before it got dark. But trust me, I do have a bunch of daffodils.
Around each daffodil stem I'll wrap a skinny piece of paper with the page number of one of those Spring Songs. (list below) Wrapping the paper around a pencil first will make it easier. I love how Springy these colors look!
I'll choose one singer to come up and pick a flower, pull off the twist of paper and announce the page number. Another singer will roll the dice and then Brother Piano Player will play that many notes of the melody.
Those that know the song raise their hand and I let them guess. If no one guesses right we add another note until they get it. (Always play from the beginning.) I allow first lines of the song as well as the title for correct answers. When they guess the song we get to sing it and then do it all over again!
Now for the Spring Songs. There's a whole section in the Children's Song Book called "Nature and Seasons" starting on page 227. My Primary knows some of these songs but we don't sing them very regularly. Since we are doing "Name that Tune" I'll just use songs we are familiar with. Your list might be different.
My Heavenly Father Loves Me p. 228
I Think the World is Glorious p. 230
Give, Said the Little Stream p. 236
Springtime is Coming p. 238
In the Leafy Treetops p. 240
I Feel My Savior's Love p. 74 (I feel my Savior's Love in all the world around me)
Popcorn Popping p. 242
Jesus Wants me for a Sunbeam p. 60
On a Golden Springtime p. 88