Messy Little Monster: Simple step by step instructions for how to make a bird feeder using a biscuit cutter. Simple kids activity suitable for preschoolers, early years, eyfs.

Bird Feeders

Messy Little Monster: Simple step by step instructions for how to make a bird feeder using a biscuit cutter. Simple kids activity suitable for preschoolers, early years, eyfs. (fall crafts for kids bird feeders)

Neat idea for exploring light and shadow on a sunny day

Shadow drawing is a simple but fun outdoor art activity for kids. "In the morning a.) or late afternoon p.), place a table in a sunny spot where long shadows will be cast. Unroll paper along one side of the table, and arrange a variety of object

Nature Faces! ... I remember doing this as a kid. Out in the garage my dad gave us each a piece of hardboard. We'd use leaves, walnuts, and sticks plus any odds and ends of bolts and things that dad gave us to play with. We were entertained for hours making and remaking our temporary art! :] great for stimulating kids' imaginations

Fall Activity: Make Nature Faces

use leaves, walnuts, and sticks plus any odds and ends of bolts and things.great for stimulating kids' imaginations

Nature craft for (from - kids.http://www.littlefamilyfun.com/2012/05/nature-names-craft.html)

Craft to go along with your nature walk idea, Shondra? Names crafted out of things found in nature. Sounds like a fun idea with kids.

An Easter celebration is not complete without a festive atmosphere. Let’s be honest, is any holiday? I love to decorate my home but I hate how expensive it is to go out and buy decorations. It costs half as much just to MAKE your own! There is a myth that home made decorations are not… Read More

10 DIY Easter Decoration Ideas

An Easter celebration is not complete without a festive atmosphere. Let’s be honest, is any holiday? I love to decorate my home but I hate how expensive it is to go out and buy decorations. It costs h (Diy Art Rustic)

farm small world

Farm small world- Could use this as a sensory table for preschoolers, to plan & map areas for graders, to discuss farm life, & much more!

Go Green: For this ephemeral nameplate, take a walk with a purpose, collecting such items as leaves, stems, and twigs. Back home, have your child write his name lightly in pencil on sturdy paper. Glue the natural items over the penciled lines.

Simple Craft Projects for Kids

Write your name in natural finds - take a walk with a purpose, collecting such items as leaves, stems, and twigs. Back home, have your child write his name lightly in pencil on sturdy paper. Glue the natural items over the penciled lines.

Leaf identification

Here's a leaf hunt for slightly older children. Simply print out the handy activity sheet and then go out to see how many different leaves you can find.

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