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5 Awesome Nature Preschool Crafts for kids


5 Awesome Nature Preschool Crafts for Kids |

Nature preschool crafts for kids are a fun way to help little ones learn preschool fundamentals. Children are naturally curious about the world around them and it is a great foundation for preschool learning activities. A simple afternoon walk in a park can provide you with hours of exploration, discovery, and learning opportunities. Turning over rocks, collecting leaves, touching bark on a tree – all of these things are opportunities for your preschooler to learn. When summer comes to an end and the fall season starts, I love walking in the park with my kids and collecting leaves, branches that will turn into cute nature crafts for kids! It will help them learning new skills and fundamentals. It is also a great way to spend quality time with them. I used to do the same with my parents. It was one of my favorite moments and memories with them.  Since I am passionate about these crafts, I searched and stumbled on a great selection. It was hard to pick and choose. I chose the ones that are easy to make and fun. The following five nature preschool crafts for kids  below incorporate nature and/or learning about nature.

5 Fun Nature Preschool Crafts for Kids

Nature's Fairy Bracelet by Creative Green Living| Preschooling Nature Presented by Friends of My Kids Guide | Homemade Bird Feeder by A Mom's Take| Preschooling Nature Presented by Friends of My Kids Guide | Sea Creatures by Bombshell Bling | Preschooling Nature Presented by Friends of My Kids Guide |
Handprint Art, A Gift for All Seasons by A Mom's Take| Preschooling Nature Presented by Friends of My Kids Guide | Ladybug Rocks by A Mom's Take| Preschooling Nature Presented by Friends of My Kids Guide |

One of my favorites, Creative Green Living’s Fairy Bracelets, allows your child to turn their outdoor collections into wearable art. Simply attach a piece of tape around their wrist inside-out, and head outdoors. Encourage them to collect what they find and place it on their bracelet to save for later.

A Mom’s Take has so many nature crafts available that I couldn’t decide on just one to include in this list. Her Homemade Bird Feeder is a recipe I have never seen before, and her Ladybug Rocks are adorable. I think my favorite is her Handprint Art, Seaons of Love. Can you imagine framing this four piece set?

If you have a little one who is more into all things water, checkout Bombshell Bling’s Sea Creatures. They are adorable – the jellyfish looks like a lot of fun to make and is easy for the youngest preschoolers.

Of course, we have a few fun nature preschool crafts for kids right here on MyKidsGuide too! Our favorites is our fun and frugal preschool nature crafts because it includes three different ideas, including a firefly lantern!

Another cute idea: a rock friends nature craft! While the craft was originally part of our camping week, you don’t have to pitch a tent to whip up these cute little stony pals!

What are your favorite nature preschool crafts for kids? Tell us in the comments!



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10 thoughts on “5 Awesome Nature Preschool Crafts for kids

  1. I like the handprint trees. That is something I can see a preschooler being able to do and if well supervised, can be cleaned up without too much of a mess. Then when their handprints dry, they can color their picture or add foam shapes to it.

  2. My two young grand children love to come over to my property and hike/walk. I think they would love the painted ladybugs as well as the idea of using tape to gather what they find for latter.

  3. We’ve loved gathering odds and ends from outside (leaves, flower petals, grass, etc), and using them to make a pretty collage.

  4. I love taking pine cones and letting them paint and decorate them as different things.

  5. I like the idea of the fairy bracelet we just go out & explore & use whatever we find

  6. The lady bug rocks are so cute, both my kids are into picking up rocks wherever we go, I am sure we can put some of them to use doing these.

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