Mother Nature: explore it with your kids.
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Learning about hibernation and how animals survive the coldest of Winters is such a fascinating topic for kids! In this post, we show you how kids can learn about animal hibernation in creative ways. We have printables, crafts, sensory activities and more! #hibernation #kidsscience #biologyforkids
Nature scavenger hunts are a great way to get the kids outside having fun. Invite your children to go on a scavenger hunt to find natural materials for a nature sensory bin. Learn how to make a nature sensory bin with the nature items you collect in order to extend the activity for sensory development and education. | Rhythms of Play #RhythmsOfPlay #SensoryPlay #ScavengerHunt #GetOutside #Preschool #Kindergarten #Nature #KidsDIY
Nice and easy scavenger hunts that are so fun for kids to do! These ideas are perfect for outside at a park, in the backyard, or for an outdoor birthday party. There are free printable scavenger hunt lists, nature scavenger hunt clues, you name it!
This lovely petal painting plant science craft for kids is a wonderful spring nature activity to explore the structure of flowers, learn the names of different flower parts and understand the role of these parts in pollination and seed formation. This plant life cycle project is fun at home and school and can easily be adapted to work as both a nature craft for preschool and kindergarten children or as a plant science experiment for older middle school and KS1 and KS2 classes. #springnaturecraft
A great garden starts in the winter! Here's how to start planning your garden during the winter months and make it fun for kids! So many great skills taught and ideas in this post! #gardening #wintergardening #gardenplanning #gardeningwithkids #winterkids #howtoplanyourgarden #gardenplots #gardenstoryboard