this site for inspiration. He altered the designs though because I asked for a design that would not tip easily. The wood was scraps that we had from other projects. They still need painted, but for now, we love them!
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Last week was our biggest week yet at Eco Kids. We had 42 entries! Thank you all for making this a huge success, and I'm excited for an even bigger week this week. I want to share some of my favorite nature and science activities from last week:
How Many Birds? by Mums Make Lists
Nature Study by Homepiecing
Eco-friendly Duck Feeding by Learning and Growing the Piwi Way
Controlled Fizz by Life with Moore Babies
Color Changing Flowers by We Made That
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- Nature Activities
- Outdoor Activities
- Crafts made with re-purposed or recycled materials
- Sewing and DIY home projects
- Science Experiments
- Posts on environmental issues for kids or families
- Non-toxic living
- Homeopathic Remedies
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