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  • Spring play dough with flower petals

    A new season calls for a new play dough recipe! This spring play dough combined with flower petals is a lovely invitation to sensory play. Spring play dough with flower petals I used this easy play dough recipe and made three lots of the dough: one pink, one green and one yellow. I use Wilton . . . → Read More: Spring play dough with flower ...
    Posted to NurtureStore (Weblog) by Anonymous on March 27, 2014
  • How to plan your garden classroom

    Here are my tips on how to plan your garden classroom for lots of growing, playing and learning this year.   How to plan your garden classroom I’m a planner by nature, and I find that taking time at the beginning of the gardening year to think about how we want to use our . . . → Read More: How to plan your garden classroom The post How to ...
    Posted to NurtureStore (Weblog) by Anonymous on March 5, 2014
  • Nature walk ideas :: Simple Play

    Welcome to day nine of our Simple Play :: complex learning series, where today we’re sharing nature walk ideas. Read on for ideas for observing the seasons and using your walk as a springboard into art, craft and sensory play.  Nature walk ideas The easiest, and perhaps best, way to enjoy a nature walk is . . . → Read More: Nature walk ideas :: ...
    Posted to NurtureStore (Weblog) by Anonymous on January 16, 2014
  • Wax crayon water paint frosty pictures

    Here’s a super art technique to try with kids that’s just right for winter months: wax crayon water paint frosty pictures. Wax crayon water paint frosty pictures Our book basket for December has been filled with all sorts of Christmas and winter themed stories. One of them, The Story of the Snow Children by Sibylle . . . → Read More: Wax crayon ...
    Posted to NurtureStore (Weblog) by Anonymous on December 16, 2013
  • Autumn leaf art

    Here’s a beautiful idea for some autumn leaf art, adding a little extra sparkle to the season.  Autumn leaf art Are you like us and returning from every outdoor trip with handfuls of autumn leaves? We can’t resist collecting them, they’re so beautiful. Here’s an idea using some of the gathered leaves to make . . . → Read More: Autumn leaf ...
    Posted to NurtureStore (Weblog) by Anonymous on October 21, 2013
  • 30+ owl crafts and activities

    To round off our owl series, here are 30+ great owl activities, including owl crafts, math, science, art, language and games. 30+ owl crafts and activities Art and crafts Owl mask Owl wings Owl bunting Handprint owls Owl rhymes and finger puppets Paper bag owl puppets  Printable barn owl to paint Printing Owl Babies . . . → Read More: 30+ owl ...
    Posted to NurtureStore (Weblog) by Anonymous on September 11, 2013
  • How to make owl bunting

    It’s turning into owl week here at NurtureStore! So far we’ve had owl masks and a no-sew owl costume, today we have owl bunting. How to make owl bunting We can’t get enough of bunting in our house! Bedrooms, kitchen, playroom, garden… all have their own variety. Today we’re making owl bunting. We thought . . . → Read More: How to make owl ...
    Posted to NurtureStore (Weblog) by Anonymous on September 9, 2013
  • How to make an easy & no sew owl costume

    Following on from our owl mask, add in these easy, no sew, owl wings and you have a beautiful, child-made owl costume.  Here are two ways to make the wings. How to make an easy no sew owl costume I try to make sure all the ideas I share with you here . . . → Read More: How to make an easy & no sew owl costume The post How to make an easy & no ...
    Posted to NurtureStore (Weblog) by Anonymous on September 6, 2013
  • How to make an easy owl mask

    At the Just So Festival we took part in a Wild Rumpus parade, joining the {winning!} owl tribe. The girls loved making their costumes and dressing up with a whole group of other owls, big and small, so much that I thought I’d share how we made our easy owl masks. Watch out for some more . . . → Read More: How to make an easy owl mask The post ...
    Posted to NurtureStore (Weblog) by Anonymous on September 5, 2013
  • Summertime Dance Story

    Happy Summer! Here is a fun dance story based on the action-packed book The Sun Is My Favorite Star, by Frank Asch.  This activity is adapted  from my book One, Two, What Can I Do?  Dance and Music for the Whole Day (Redleaf Press, 2011), from the chapter entitled Dance and Music Presentation Jump Starts.  The musical selections suggested below ...
    Posted to PreK + K Sharing (Weblog) by Anonymous on June 22, 2013
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