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We’ve been combining two activities from my book The Garden Classroom this week to create some beautiful autumn art. Taking the idea of leaf art and adding it to my Sticky Picture frames, here’s what we made. To make the frame: bind the twigs together with thread or yarn. Show More Summary
Explore the colours of the season and an interesting art technique with this process art project using tape and metallic paint. Tape resist process art project for autumn This three step process art project is great for children of all ages, from babies upwards. Show More Summary
Reviving a traditional English craft, we’re making corn dolly crafts, perfect for a harvest celebration. How to make a corn dolly craft for a harvest celebration I remember making corn dollies as a child for our school harvest festival. Show More Summary
NurtureStore welcomes everyone. Our resources are designed to be useful, do-able and inclusive for children whether you are at home, in school, or mixing and matching. Today we’re talking about home education, with my pick of the best blogs for homeschoolers. Show More Summary
Wondering how to homescool science? This resource will help you plan your homeschool science curriculum and is packed full of useful links to online science resources for children, and a fun collection of hands-on science experiments you can try at home. Show More Summary
Ten simple ideas for beautiful homemade fall wreath projects, using a variety of gorgeous art techniques, suitable for kids of all ages. 10 beautiful homemade fall wreath art projects It’s the autumn equinox this week on Wednesday 23rd September marking the official start of the autumn season. Show More Summary
Hello there! Are you looking for the weekly Play Planner? We’ve upgraded our service which means you will now find the Play Planner only available via email. If you are already a subscriber, check your inbox as this week’s edition will be there waiting for you. Show More Summary
Clever ideas for how to use mind maps with your children to plan your homeschool. How to use mind maps to plan your learning A mind map is a visual way to make notes or get organised. It’s a great way to map out a project of any kind:...Show More Summary
Want to take a peek around my classroom? Hello everyone! We’re heading back to (home)school this week and we’ve been painting, cleaning and sorting our play room / classroom / art studio space to get it ready. Want to see where we hang out? There are some photos over on Instagram. Show More Summary
Click each link to discover some fun-filled fall sensory play activities Autumn tree collage: ripping and tearing paper Touchy-feely letter and maths games with autumn leaves Rangoli patterns for Diwali Eye-catching art pumpkins Roly-poly...Show More Summary
This watercolour autumn leaf alphabet is a pleasure to create and great for lots of hands-on alphabet sorts, letter learning and spelling games. Watercolour autumn leaf alphabet sorts and letter games I want the materials we have for our learning to be a pleasure to use. Show More Summary
Hello September! Are there signs of the change in season where you live? There is a definite nip in the air here this week and I am already craving apple crumble. I’m in the north and so expect lots of autumn ideas over the next few weeks. If you are in the south, you can […] The post This is what play means to me :: Play Planner appeared first on NurtureStore.
My girls are 9 and 12-years-old and huge fans of the Just So Festival. My elder daughter says it’s only second to Christmas in the Things She Looks Forward To All Year. So when they asked us if we wanted some free tickets to come and camp at this summer’s festival we jumped at the […] The post What’s the Just So Festival like for older kids? appeared first on NurtureStore.
We love autumn! Here are some of our most popular autumn activities for kids. Click each one for more details – and pin this page for a great resource. Fall play dough recipe Thanksgiving craft prayer flags Thanksgiving coloring...Show More Summary
Sales end on Monday! Hi everyone. This weekend is your last chance to take advantage of the Half Price Sale we have running on our brilliant range of books. The sale ends on Monday, so do check out the offers before it’s too late. We have some of our most popular titles included in the […] The post It’s your last chance! :: Play Planner appeared first on NurtureStore.
If you’re looking for a fun idea to get your child writing, try making a Zig Zag Book. It’s a great way to encourage beginners to have a go at writing. The format of the book is fun and quirky and lets them do lots of drawings, adding in a little writing too. Kids’ […] The post Ideas for children’s writing :: zigzag books appeared first on NurtureStore.
Did you pick your mix-and-match resources yet? Hi everyone! It’s a busy month isn’t it, with some of us in full-on summer holiday mode, and others of us already back at school. I wanted to remind you that we have a super Half Price Sale happening on lots of our most popular books. Show More Summary
Here’s a favourite idea from our kids painting archive, introducing children to watercolour painting and trying out a while new – and rather exciting! – way of using it. Watercolour painting with kids Watercolour painting can produce...Show More Summary
Hooray for the Half Price August Sale! A super sale as we start the new school year! From August 15 – 31 you can get some of our most popular ebooks for half price. You can mix and match to get the sale bundle YOU like best. All the ebooks are available individually – or get them […] The post 100 hands-on, creative math activities for kids appeared first on NurtureStore.
Hooray for the HUGE half price sale! Did you see we have lots of our most popular books included in the August Half Price Sale? It’s a super opportunity to stock up on resources for the whole year, because you can mix and match to create your own half price bundle. Show More Summary