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...Introduction Children love being outdoors and collecting natural objects, especially as the seasons change. This activity uses found natural treasures in a way that harnesses young children's imagination and creativity, as well...
...What you need toy vehicles large cardboard boxes cardboard tubes corrugated card plastic tubing thin card sticky or masking tape Look at some roads and moving vehicles. Use TV and books if you can’t get near moving traffic.Helpful hints Try...
...Finding Frogspawn and Tadpoles Frogs and toads are protected species in the United Kingdom. It is important that you collect only a small amount of frogspawn with the permission of the pond owner and that you return the spawn or tadpoles...
...What you need Bean bags – coloured bean bags usually used as sports equipment, or soft toy versions such as Beanie Babies, should work as ‘beat bags’. Make sure you have one for each child in the group.What you do Provide each child...
...What you need Small group of children ‘Funny Bones’ by Janet and Alan Ahlberg aprons white paper towels PVA glue watered down to one part PVA to two parts water paintbrushes white, blue and red paint scissors cardboard black penBefore you...
...Key skills Cutting out along a line, stickingWhat you need Coloured paper or thin card (pastel colours work best) A variety of scissors Black and white paint and brushes Cotton wool, googly eyes Glue sticksWhat you do Making hand prints...
...What you need tennis ball golf ball quoits of raffia, rubber, wood small and larger cardboard rolls and tubes serviette rings marble or wooden eggs curtain rings sweet tubes pompom wool ball ping pong ball coasters tyres from toy cars large...
...What you need a red sock (for each child) red craft foam or card scraps of red, yellow and orange craft foam red glitter glue/red sequins fabric glue wiggly eyes or black buttons a fabric pen aprons table coveringWhat you do Cut two wings...
...What you need old, unwanted umbrellas (it doesn’t matter if they are broken) ready mixed paint in a range of colours PVA glue containers brushesWhat you do Mix some PVA into each of the colours of paint. Open the umbrella and prop it up...
...What you need cardboard tubes (e.g. from kitchen roll) cut to about 10cm scissors, white glue and felt pens feathers, string or wool paper and coloured sticky paperWhat you do Turn the tubes into birds by covering with coloured paper...