Do you love nature crafts as much as I do? You’ll adore colourful Pom Pom Pinecones, no one could resist smiling at their bright colours! Use them as ornaments for your Christmas tree or as colourful mobiles for every season. There’s also a fun idea for using them in a pinecone maths game too!
This frosty pinecone craft, based on a classic, has a clever little twist that really gives its frosty appearance a special edge! These pinecones are super frosty, super sparkly and super fun for little hands to make! They look great as Christmas ornaments or for a Winter display.
Are you looking for a creative chestnut craft? Why not make a Puppet Family? Meet Mr and Mrs Chestnut, Grandma Chestnut and even Baby Chestnut! These little conker people are really easy to make and kids can have hours of fun with imaginative play and story telling.
Fancy some gorgeous leaf art for the walls? Kids will love making vibrant leaf prints with this POP ART LEAF PRINTING technique. It takes a classic Autumn painting activity from “meh’ to “WOW!”
Your kids are going to LOVE exploring Autumn Sensory Play Gel. It brings together all the sensory wonders of Nature into a squishy, squashy textural delight that kids will want to explore again and again! It’s irresistible hands-on play that’s super engaging and offers so many learning opportunities.
This Sensory Nature Cutting Tray is such a fun activity for kids! It’s a great way for them to engage with nature, stimulate the senses and develop fine motor scissor and sorting skills too.
I’m not a spider fan, not the real sort anyway *shudder* but these Playful Rock Spiders are adorably cute! Not only do they make fab decorations for Halloween but they’re fun to play with all year round. Kids will love them for acting out Itsy Bitsy Spider songs and imaginative play!
Pine cone crafts and activities are a great way to get children hands on with nature. This Autumn Tree Stuffed Pine Cone Craft is a great fine motor skill builder and can be adapted for every season too.