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Activity ideas for your grandchildren on a budget

Created by Jane in Age: At School, Age: Pre-school, Being a Granny-carer, Things to do



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  • Scavenging for natural materials

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  • Nature art

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  • Tree challenge

http://i3group.com.au/?klykva=%D9%84%D8%B1%D8%A8%D8%AD-%D8%A7%D9%84%D9%85%D8%A7%D9%84&7d3=9c It’s always fun to be able to identify trees by their leaves. Gather together a collection from your local park, draw a template in card and colour it in and then, go on a wood walk and see if your grandchild can find the matching ones as you explore the locality.

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موقع لتداول الاسهم For older children an inscription hunt is fun too. Together it will be possible to find out a great deal of local history as you record what you find, either by photographing or copying the inscription. If you take a walk around your locality look for any inscriptions on buildings that you can find. This isn’t shop signs or advertising, but memorials on stone or on plaques. For example you could look for blue English Heritage plaques which show where a famous person once lived, war memorials, plaques embedded into walls giving information about previous buildings on the footprint of the present one, interpretation boards at wildlife centres or rivers,  foundation stones and so on.  If you photograph these and stick them in a book or make them into a power point it will help to understand a great deal about the local area.  It’s really surprising how many there are when you start to look.

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  • Walk in the dark

أفضل طريقة لربح المال على الإنترنت As the nights draw in a dark walk is magical. Even in a busy town there will be parks or green spaces where you go after dark for a night walk. It’s lovely to take torches and then switch them off and look upwards at the stars.

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  • Matchbox challenge

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  • Planting time 

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