cute owls made from sticks, nuts, moss. Reminds me of the sign at my grandparents' house

cute owls made from sticks, nuts, moss. Reminds me of the sign at my grandparents' house

There is so much to enjoy about Fall and so many opportunities to create memories, traditions and just have good time. Here is our list for this Fall, given the...

There is so much to enjoy about Fall and so many opportunities to create memories, traditions and just have good time. Here is our list for this Fall, given the...

Silly Shaped Owls to teach student's different shapes. I haven't looked at site yet but if not done, make all owls small and put on branches so all shapes are on 11 x 17 paper

Silly Shaped Owls to teach student's different shapes. I haven't looked at site yet but if not done, make all owls small and put on branches so all shapes are on 11 x 17 paper

Peanut butter mixed with bird seeds, mix together and put it in a cookie cutter with a stick where ever you want it then whala!!! Bird treat!

Peanut butter mixed with bird seeds, mix together and put it in a cookie cutter with a stick where ever you want it then whala!!! Bird treat!

Create a playtime raft that really floats with just a few natural twigs from your own backyard.                 Make It: Have your kids search your backyard for twigs. Use outdoor trimmers to cut the twigs to the same size. Using jute or hemp cord, weave the ends of the twigs on both sides to tie them together. Attach a twig in an upright position for the mast. Cut a sail from colorful felt. Fold the felt in half, punch a hole in the middle, and slide it over the mast.

Nature-Inspired Crafts for Kids

Create a playtime raft that really floats with just a few natural twigs from your own backyard. Make It: Have your kids search your backyard for twigs. Use outdoor trimmers to cut the twigs to the same size. Using jute or hemp cord, weave the ends of the twigs on both sides to tie them together. Attach a twig in an upright position for the mast. Cut a sail from colorful felt. Fold the felt in half, punch a hole in the middle, and slide it over the mast.

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Creative Kids craft!:Create this cool natural mobile-- locating items in under or around a log. (See Life under a Log lesson and resources.) Then, use a calendar to predict how it will decompose. Record observations every two or three days.

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