If you’ve read (or listened to) Julia Donaldson’s Paper Dolls story (our version available here) you might like to try making your own. What would you call your dolls?
There are some more templates for dolls here
Today’s challenge relates to some of the animals you might be able to see in the fields around us as you go for your daily exercise!
Can you find something round?? OOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
Yesterday I showed you a dead frog I found when I was out walking, today I have some video of some of the wildlife in my garden pond! Have you noticed anything swimming around when you’ve been out and about? There hasn’t been much rain recently so not many puddles to see but maybe you are lucky enough to be near a pond that still has water? Hopefully the recent rain will fill everything up quickly and we will be able to see more water creatures.
I’ve been out collecting some wildflowers, what flowers can you see around?
Please remember the 3 rules for collecting wild flowers
A challenge I recorded in the woods a few days ago. I remembered the old adage about never working with animals a little too late – please excuse the dog 🤦🏻♀️
Axel Scheffler is the illustrator of some of our favourite books and, here, he has collaborated to make a book about Coronavirus for children – read it here https://nosycrow.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/Coronavirus_INSwith-cover.pdf
I’ve put all the story videos we’ve read over the last 2 weeks into one video. It’s just under an hour long and I thought it might be useful for children looking for more stories and for parents needing a little bit of a break 😉