Monday, October 5, 2015

Organic bush crafts at Wildflower Garden

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A "Bush Birthday Party"!
My grandson's classmate had his 8th birthday at the big Ku-Ring-Gai Wildflower Garden in NSW, Australia.


Before they sat down to eat,  the ranger took them on a guided walk on the trails and they collected natural things from the ground, like seeds and pods and leaves.


The ranger held a bowl of brown balls and cautioned the kids not to bite them because they were not chocolate.
They were lumps of moist clay!


Here's my sweet Eyal contemplating what kind of "bush critter" to make from the raw materials.


Here's what came out.


Two girls created these fanciful gardens.

What a fun way to combine nature walks with "organic bush crafts."
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(Linking to OurWorld Tuesday.)

10 comments:

Spiderdama said...

Wow, great party:-)

Fun60 said...

That's a great idea for a party.

William Kendall said...

Quite a way to have a party!

I recently messed around with some clay during a one night art festival here... hadn't done that since high school art classes.

Kay said...

This is such a great idea for a birthday party. What an adorable grandson!

Alice said...

The children are having a great time creating crafts from what they found on their walk.

Cloudia said...

What fun!











ALOHA
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Birdman said...

Great teaching experiment---- Knowledge and then FUN. Love that combo. btw GREAT smile!

VP said...

I am not sure I would have liked this, but the kids look very happy!

Irina Rekhviashvili said...

What a sweet boy. What a joyful and educating party. Great photos, Dina!

GreensboroDailyPhoto said...

This beautiful photo reminds us of the grand cycle of life and why we keep "looking up" as you said. Priceless!

Janis
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