Happy Thanksgiving everyone! If you need something to do between meals, here’s a quick and fun craft you can do! Stuff you’ll need: Construction paper: brown, orange, yellow, red, and whatever colors you want for the tail feathers Glue Scissors Goggly eyes Tape Step 1: Cut a piece of the brown paper out to roll Read More »

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Graphic that says what animals are thankful for

Every Thanksgiving, our naturalists speak at Harris-Lake Park Elementary for a grandparent program, and this year, our environmental education coordinator Bryanna Kuhlman discussed what animals are thankful for. I thought her topic was so creative that I decided to share her ideas with you. Many of the things animals are thankful for are what humans Read More »

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leaf turkey

To go along with our blog about turkeys this week (read it here), we thought we might as well make a turkey-themed nature craft too. You will just need a few supplies: Turkey template printed on white paper (Find the template here) Leaves White computer paper Crayons Scissors Glue Begin with a trek outside. Pick Read More »

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Crafts don’t always come together the way you think they will. I had a brilliant idea this morning to make place cards with leaf etchings on them, and I tried it out. Yikes. Ugly. If you come up with something pretty with that idea, let me know. So instead, I decided to post how to Read More »

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trail mix in a cup

Trail mix is a wonderful treat on the go, and it usually has pretty healthy items in it, however, it’s hard to get something that everyone likes. This mix has nuts, which someone picks out. This mix has dried bananas, which you hate. This one doesn’t have enough M&Ms (because that is every mix…) So it’s Read More »

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