Make Light Catchers
This is such a creative experiment shared by Arianne from Still Parenting. She came up with this project to encourage her kids to explore nature during the winter months, but I am sharing it now because it is an …

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Egg Heads with Grass Hair

If you want to plant something that will grow fast and also provide fun for the kids beyond the actual planting, one of these egg heads is perfect.

Have the kids draw a face on an empty egg shell, fill …

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Spring in a Bottle
Have you started planting in your garden yet? Even if it is too cold to plant where you live, you can get your hands dirty and get some seeds started. Follow these suggestions and tips and you will have plants …

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First Day of Spring
If you are going to be cleaning out your craft room or cupboard as a part of your spring cleaning routine, you can donate any unwanted yarn to the birds. Fill an empty suet feeder full of small pieces of …

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DIY-musical-pan-flutes

If you are lucky enough ( like Squigglemum.coms) to have Bamboo growing in your backyard then you can make these flutes with the minimal of ease. What better way to teach the kids about instrument making than creating something …

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I can not count the amount of times my children have pretended  to sit around a campfire. Sometimes the cook, other times the make smores and tell stories. Yet we have NEVER actually sat around a real campfire (Local open …

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This Weather Roundup gives you 13 activities for your Weather themed lesson plan. The sunshine hand print plate would have to be one of my favorite as it can be made in a group or independently.

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dinosaur-activities-party-lessons

My little boy is obsessed with Dinosaurs and apart from a Diorama and a few art projects we haven’t really created anything else. I am dying to try the fossil prints and some fossil cookies for him to eat too. …

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The Water Project has just launched their new FREE water crisis lesson plans. Perfect for Elementary+ aged students.…

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Valerie from Inner Child Fun shares this fun tutorial for making stepping stones. These stepping stones are quick to make with minimum mess. Use recycled cereal boxes for the molds. Use a rapid set cement which you could mix in …

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verticaltitle1It’s that time of the year where nature walks are really enjoyable. The mosquitoes aren’t yet at their peak and either is the heat. Collect some nature items and make these fun nature necklaces! Head over to Twodaloo for the …

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buttoned up birdhouses1We love to have birds around our house, but the  squirrels are always coming onto our little bird feeders. Perhaps these birdhouses are just the ticket to keep the birds around! You can find this adorable button birdhouse tutorial over …

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raincraft1I love the idea of actually using nature in a craft to teach your children about Earth Day! This is a great idea that uses the rain to create art! You can find the tutorial at Simple Analogy.

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Embossed Alphabet Rocks1Approximately 10 years ago, I made our wedding invitations and heat embossed every single one. I loved using that embossing heat tool! This is the perfect craft to pull it out of storage or pick one up! They are pretty …

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If you are looking for unit studies that incorporate all subjects and topics for your Kindergartener or Preschooler, the The Nature of Grace blog is the place to start. I post almost every topic she sends me because her ideas …

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