Leaf art

DIY Leaf Stamp is a photo, craft tutorial using the natural pigment in leaves to make a stamp on stationary or other surfaces. - My DIY Tips

Paint brushes made from leaves. Forest Schools. Outdoor learning. Painting. Creative Development. Teaching. Classroom. Resources. EYFS. Early Years. Reception. Children. Learning.

Textured Painting with Nature's Paint Brushes

"Textured Painting - Natures Paint Brushes" This is not just art, but art in nature! Go on a nature walk to gather 'schtuff!' Then use what you gather to create art or As art!

How many triangles can you make with 9 sticks? Kids can reinforce geometry and critical thinking skills through creating various shapes with sticks.

How many triangles can you make with 9 sticks? Or older kids, Who can use these 9 sticks to make the most triangles? Kids can reinforce geometry and critical thinking skills through creating various shapes with sticks.

fairy soup - happy hooligans - outdoor sensory activities for kids My kids love this kind of play!

Fairy Soup Sensory Play Activity

fairy soup - happy hooligans - outdoor sensory activities for kids. This is also a free activity you could consider mentioning to parents; a trip to the local park and then play at home. Also called a messy mixture, or "perfume making"

nature art

Before the snow comes and the leaves fade away, British land artist Richard Schilling sets off into the outdoors to make art from the natural beauty all around him

Andy Goldsworthy inspired.  Children trace each others outline on the pavement with chalk and cover themselves up with nature.  Even better would be to trace the image in dirt with a stick.

Grade Art with Mrs. Brown -- Andy Goldsworthy nature art (group project towards end of year?

Fancy Stick Crown - inspired by nature, created for the imagination | @mamamissblog #juliadonaldson #stickman

Fancy Stick Crown

DIY Kids Fall Craft - Sweet little pinecone bee.

Kindling: Sweet little alder bee craft - made these at Steiner group using yellow wool roving instead.

Using natural materials found outside to create mandalas is a lovely way to work collaboratively, build numeracy and patterning skills, and create a stunning piece of eco-artwork.

Using natural materials found outside to create mandalas is a lovely way to work collaboratively, build numeracy and patterning skills, and create a stunning piece of eco-artwork. Another creative outdoor activities with loose parts

Stones patterns, take pictures of the patterns children make and display them as inspiration for future patterns as well as providing the kids a chance to celebrate their art and reflect on their creative experiences

Stones patterns, take pictures of the patterns children make and display them as inspiration for future patterns as well as providing the kids a chance to celebrate their art and reflect on their creative experiences

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