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Make Your Own Hurdles

This very simple fun activity is suitable for older children to prepare themselves and make their own challenges.

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Creating A Small Garden Play Box

This can be a good way for older children to learn about plants in the garden while using it for imaginative play with small plastic bugs. This activity can be completed indoors or outside and can easily be transferred from one to another.

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Making Animals In The Snow

This is a fun alternative to building a snowman which children over the age of two can have hours of fun enjoying.

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Build Your Own Tent

This is a fun indoor or outdoor activity for older children to encourage them to work, problem solve and communicate together as part of a team.

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Leaf Hunt

A fun outdoor autumn activity for children over the age of two, this can also be a fun activity to develop early mathematical skills.

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Muddy Leaf Printing

A messy activity idea for children from the age of two, to enjoy in the garden during the autumn months.

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Making An Autumn Leaf Pile

This is a simple and fun outdoor autumn activity for children of all ages to enjoy.

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Outdoor Messy Play

This is an easy to set up activity which allows children to participate in any messy play activity in the garden, particularly during the warm summer months.

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Make Your Own Bird Feeder

Making a bird feeder is suitable for older children from the age of four or five. Once the activity is completed the children can continue to enjoy watching the birds come to the garden to feed.

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Making A Musical Instrument From Household Items

This simple creative outside activity can be enjoyed by children of all ages.

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