Autumn & Winter Activities Come Rain or Shine

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product code: 80040

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Create pine-cone gnomes, build nesting boxes for garden birds, and craft festive angels, all while learning about the natural world — whatever the weather!

This practical and brightly illustrated book is packed with indoor and outdoor crafts and activities, plus fun facts, to entertain and engage curious children during the colder and wetter months.

All the activities encourage an exploration of nature, from leaves and feathers, to snow and stargazing. Children will love finding out about the natural world through play and creation whether at home or in the classroom.

This wide-ranging book will provide inspiration for parents and teachers working with children aged four and up. Most activities can be enjoyed both individually and in groups.

For more seasonal inspiration, check out our Journal pages!

paperback 104 pages
printed in China

Product Description

Create pine-cone gnomes, build nesting boxes for garden birds, and craft festive angels, all while learning about the natural world — whatever the weather!

This practical and brightly illustrated book is packed with indoor and outdoor crafts and activities, plus fun facts, to entertain and engage curious children during the colder and wetter months.

All the activities encourage an exploration of nature, from leaves and feathers, to snow and stargazing. Children will love finding out about the natural world through play and creation whether at home or in the classroom.

This wide-ranging book will provide inspiration for parents and teachers working with children aged four and up. Most activities can be enjoyed both individually and in groups.

Author

Stefanie Pfister is a craft professional living in Germany. She works for a bestselling craft magazine.

Additional Information

Weight 800 g
size
Age

4 +

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