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Nature Craft: making a journey stick

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

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Add the desired amount of baking soda to a sensory bin or container. Then, slowly mix in shaving cream. I used one large box of baking soda and almost a full can of shaving foam. As you slowly mix in the shaving cream you will discover a fantastic mold-able snow. The snow is super soft, silky smooth, and smells so clean and fresh. It is also naturally cold. I am not sure why exactly but it is! It feels just like fresh fallen powder in your hands.

Recycled Stick Man Book Crafts for Kids

Welcome back to the Virtual Book Club for kids! This month’s book crafts for kids are inspired by Julia Donaldson books. I chose Stick Man, which my kids have just loved! I wanted to mention that I do include affiliate links in this post, which means that if you buys something via these links my …

Andy Goldsworthy inspired. Children trace each others outline on the pavement with chalk and cover themselves up with nature. Even better would be to trace the image in dirt with a stick.