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The Mess-Free Way to Explore Pumpkin Guts with Toddlers

Exploring pumpkin guts and seeds is a fun sensory experience to do before you carve up that jack-o-lantern!

Pinecone Christmas trees-glue on pom poms for "ornaments"-easy craft for kids

Pinecone Christmas Trees What you need: Pinecones Small pom poms Craft glue What you do: This is one of the easiest holiday crafts for kids. Give each child a collection of small pom poms and glue. Let each child add to create their own holiday tree!

Teacher's Pet – Ideas & Inspiration for Early Years (EYFS), Key Stage 1 (KS1) and Key Stage 2 (KS2) | Leaf Hedgehogs

hedgehog fall leaf craft - I did this with my son's class and it was a total hit. I'd recommend using leaves that aren't brown yet, as the brown leaves are more brittle and hard for kids it work with.

Great ideas for nature walk activities | NurtureStore :: inspiration for kids

Nature walk ideas :: Simple Play

Great nature walk ideas, exploring science, art, craft and sensory play. Part of the Simple Play activities series at NurtureStore.

FREEBIE - Nature Walk recording sheet - use as a simple journal sheet

Take a stroll around your school grounds and soak up the sights and sounds of Nature. A fun outside activity allowing your children to experience the simple pleasures of nature!

Data handling - with Autumn leaves!

collecting leaves and graphing them Children will collect leaves on a nature walk. Children will graph leaves based on color.

Take a sheet of contact paper, or some regular paper painted with glue, and make a summery collage by sticking natural materials to it. You can make the stick more permanent by covering with spray adhesive later.

outdoor activity for ages Play Create Explore: Contact Paper Collage.instead of gluing objects to paper, use contact paper instead (which is already adhesive) and have your toddler just stick items to it!

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