If you want to have a walk with your kid, you can have better time together in nature by creating nature faces. You need nothing but nature to be creative.
I know sometimes we need very simple and quick ideas to make our little ones happy. We love puppets and I usually use puppets for singing and reading funny stories to my kids. If you don’t have any puppet you can draw on your fingers funny faces to have fun with your little one. It might be tickly for younger kids.
While making this scissors activity, you can learn about colors, talk about emotions and facial expressions.
I can say that with the touch of the sea shells on the glass bottle, it sounds like a real ocean breeze.
Acorns are great for making DIY decorations. This time we used nail polishes to color them.
This is very simple cutting exercise to foster fine motor skills and great for developing tiny hand muscles.
After dressing up the acorns with fabrics, we decided to use yarns to wrap some acorns, too. They turned out so beautiful and as everyone said they really looked like colorful lights. Using a piece of branch we turned them into a nice DIY decoration.
I should admit that this is the most difficult fall craft we have ever done 🙈🙈🙈
Not as easy as it seems. But the final products are incredibly beautiful. After preparing a leaf template with yarn, fill inside the lines with yarns. Just be patient! 🙂
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With a piece of cardboard and paints, you can create a size sorting activity in any theme you want.
It is very easy to make. It can be a good beginning option for little origami lovers.