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37 results for: crafts
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My mum used to create treasure hunts for my brother and I when we were little - around the house or in the garden. I used the same idea...

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If you have not come across Elizabeth Sagan and her truly amazing book art, then you are in for a treat.

Elizabeth Sagan is a reader...

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Sir Antony Gormley has launched what is being called 'largest-ever art exhibition' - a national art exhibition to be created by the...

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Looking for something to keep children engaged with nature as you go on your daily walk?

Both Tree Tools for Schools and Wildlife Watch...

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If your children (or other members of your family) have a box of Lego hiding in their cupboard, its definitely time to re-ignite that...

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If you're looking for something a little bit different to try with your kids this around the Autumn (Fall) holidays, check out the...

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Let us face it, Halloween will not be the same this year. Trick-or-treating might not be allowed or, even if it is, it's not the best...

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The IF Oxford Science & Ideas Festival is back - and this year (like many other things) it is online from 1-31 October - and...

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Usborne Books have produced a series over six weeks to keep children busy over the summer ... if you have missed out on this and are...

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Join the National Trust this week to celebrate National Playday 2020 on 5th August.

If you can't yet visit a National Trust property or...

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Take you pick of free weekly activities from Wide Open School: brought together by the people behind Common Sense Media, it is an online...

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The Royal Museums in Greenwich, London show you - with easy step-by-step guides - how to make your own nautical theatre scene, stain...

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Forestry England have provided a collection of activities and games to keep the family busy, including printable Julia Donaldson activity...

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You can make your own butterfly feeder following easy step-by-step instructions from the Natural History Museum - and attract...

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The company KiwiCo (science and art projects for kids, based in USA) have created an online 'summer camp' idea where you can dip in and...

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This is a lovely set of activities for children - firstly reading the wonderful book What Does an Anteater Eat? by Ross Collins, then...