Outdoor Tree Bark Rubbings - I Can Teach My Child!
It's Day 4 of our 31 Days of Outdoor Activities for Toddlers! Today we experimented with creating Outdoor Tree Bark Rubbings in our
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Clay & Twig Hedgehogs
Take some clay & a few sticks & you're all set to create your own array of hedgehogs. These cute clay creations are so simple & fun to make. To make them we used: Air drying clay, small twigs & googly eyes Minnie collected the twigs we needed from the garden & then snapped them into the desired length. She then rolled a ball of clay & moulded it into a egg shape (with a little help from Mummy). She pushed down one end of the egg shape to make a flatter surface for the hedgehog's face, then…
Nature scavenger hunt - Cook - this blog has some fantastic stuff for the outdoorsy girls! :) - naturewalkz
Nature scavenger hunt – Cook – this blog has some fantastic stuff for the outdoorsy girls! 🙂
A fairly straightforward craft activity for small children, H and I collected small pebbles and painted them as various different types of brightly coloured bugs. (We had a look under rocks and in …
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