Clay Faces: Taking Art Outdoors. Make a face by pressing clay onto a tree. The forest floor provides a wealth of materials to add to the clay sculptures: sticks, fir cones, leaves, pine needles.

Clay sculptures at the Just So festival

A fantastic outdoor art idea that makes great use of loose parts found in a forest: clay faces on tree trunks! My son loves the funny faces people put on trees, now I can let him make his own :)

Nature bracelet - before taking your kids on a nature walk, put a thick strip of masking take sticky side out around their wrists.  As they are walking they can add whatever they find to their bracelet.

Make Nature Bracelets - Wide Masking Tape with sticky side out! Then add 'gems' each child has found. Way better for our nature walks!

Clay Rainbow fish. Lovely art project for the children to accompany the story.

The 26 Greatest Art Projects for Kids

Stick Man craft, Julia Donaldson, Axel Scheffler

Ready for an infinite wall smashing game with an intense brick breaker gameplay filled with superb stickman characters? Stickman Smash is an intense one tap wall smasher game where you have to time you blows or surge head first into the wall

Hedgehog hibernation sensory basket from http://theimaginationtree.com

Hedgehog Hibernation Exploration Basket

Natural Wind Chime with beads, shells and natural objects (no tutorial, just picture) idea from Choices Family Daycare

10 Adorable Autumnal DIY Projects For Your Home!

Fall Preschool Art Activities: Leafy Cinnamon Stick Scented Sensory Autumn Classroom Nature Mobile (pic only)


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