Het is ontzettend wennen om van het ene op het andere moment in quarantaine te zijn. Ik moet ook eerlijk zeggen dat ik mijn draai even moet vinden. Ondertussen maak ik een stempel en een malletje van het caronavirus. Voor het stempeltje heb je lino-mesjes nodig, maar de mal kan volgens mij iedereen maken die dat leuk vindt. Dit heb je nodig: *potlood *perforator *schaar *cirkelmall of passer *stukje karton *Creall krijt of pastel krijt *wit papier. Zo maak je het (zie foto): 1. teken 2…
Nature Crafts for Kids: how to make a journey stick - Growing Family
How to make a journey stick with children on a nature walk: a great activity for children to learn about nature and their environment.
Stick-Star Garden Mobile - Fun & Easy Nature Craft for Kids - Happy Hooligans
With sticks from the garden and scraps of yarn, kids can make this colourful star-stick mobile to hang from your porch, patio or a tree in your backyard.
Books & Activities for Kids to Explore Hibernation
Autumn is the perfect season for exploring local wildlife & habitats. It's also a perfect time to discover which animals hibernate & why. Here are 6 activities that explore hibernation, hedgehogs & more. 1. Build a Hedgehog House in your backyard. 2. Create Clay Hedgehogs with sticks. 3. Discover the life of Nocturnal Animals in a Small World Play Scene 4. Explore number recognition, simple maths & motor skills with these cute Counting Hedgehogs. 5. Build your own den for winter, what would…
Over the weekend we put up a new display to mark the next holiday. In school, Lara made these amazing owls and turkeys, and we walked around all weekend collecting good, straight sticks to make frames for them: The frames are just tied at the joints with baker's twine. Some of the stick leftovers and a few really bright leaves Lara picked up were wrapped around the vase (and we still need to find something fall-ish to put in it). Here is a vase close-up: I love that this display is not…
Art and Design for Kids: Natural Loom - Babble Dabble Do
I love good old fashioned projects and looms/weaving are my latest favorite timeless crafting tool/project. A loom doesn’t have to be complicated; it can be as simple as a piece of paper with cuts down the center, or a string woven through holes in a shoebox. After our paper-weaving project last month I got a little excited about loom crafts for kids and decided to try making a natural loom.
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How To Make A Stick Picture Frame
On a recent trip to one of Britain's finest arboretums, I took our trusty craft bag with us for when I would be presented with the obligatory sticks. The place was full of wonderful vistas and so I suggested to The Boy that he collect me four sticks of equal length and a variety of interesting treas...
DIY nature weaving wood slices for natural fine motor skill development
DIY nature weaving wood slices. A perfect tool to get your children enjoying a fun, tactile nature play activity and build fine motor skill development.
Nature Weaving Craft
This is a fun craft to make anytime of year! It’s a great way to show off nature treasures from every season from flowering tree branches in spring, to falling leaves of autumn. Kirstin of Craftiments has put together an