Tag Archives: nature

Geocaching

I’m very pleased to introduce Jennifer of Jennifer’s Little World. For some time, I’ve been intrigued by geocaching but never quite knew what it was all about – so I’m excited about having her explain it all right here. Please … Continue reading

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Events Calendar

I have created a calendar for events in or about nature for children. You can find it on the Calendar of Nature Events page. If you would like to suggest events to add to them, please email me the details … Continue reading

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Hapa Zome – Flower transfers onto cotton cloth

For anyone who follows Nature Kids Glasgow on Facebook – I shared the Kindling blog post on the Japanese Hapa Zome technique. It was a welcome reminder of a craft activity that I’d come across before and absolutely love. It’s … Continue reading

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October week outdoor fun!

October week is just around the corner and there is so much on in and around Glasgow, so much choice, so much exciting stuff to do, it’ll be hard to pick one activity over another! So rather than by the … Continue reading

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Storytime: Something different

Today I’d like to take a break from the usual book review and introduce a few story ideas with a difference. Storytime is not just about reading books! First up, there’s story stones. The idea behind this is to have … Continue reading

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Leaf Kite

This is a simple and quick craft activity perfect for autumn. It comes courtesy of the German Kinderclub where I came across this idea. You will need: A biggish leaf, a piece of string, some sellotape though the string may … Continue reading

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Storytime: The Storm Seal

It has to be said, I’m very partial to seal stories. And this one, well, what can I say, it’s just beautiful. The illustrations of The Storm Seal are one in a million, they really bring to life the seascape … Continue reading

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