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Attach signs to a tree - an attractive way to display print in the environment, and children can be involved in the making

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Nikki McDuffee

Someday when I have a yard, I want a ribbon tree. At least until it gets dirty and gross.

TTS Giveaway - Weaving,Tree Wrapping and a bit of Outdoor Display

Sun Hats & Wellie Boots: Pebble Pals

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Hit the Trail

Great for a nature walk!!!! "Hit the Trail" tip: Loop a tape "bracelet" around your child's wrist, sticky side out. She can adhere leaves and other lightweight nature finds to it as she walks. (Note: Some parks have a strict "leave what you find" policy.)

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Nature Craft: making a journey stick

How to make a journey stick with children on a nature walk: a great activity for children to learn about nature and their environment. 'What did you see first on your walk?' - 'first we saw an acorn, then leaves, then grass' - label.

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Teacher's Pet – Ideas & Inspiration for Early Years (EYFS), Key Stage 1 (KS1) and Key Stage 2 (KS2) | Water Play!

Water Play!

Weaving with weeds - what a great project! Weaving has really fascinated my boys for some time now - we've always enjoyed simple weaving techniques and I've always been a little obsessed with hair braiding too (that's kind of 'micro weaving' right?)…

Weaving with weeds - Fun Crafts Kids