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Just for fun or a special occasion, these add on for paper straws makes for more dramatic drinking. They come as a printable with shark, warthog, snake and lion. Read More
Download and print these animal bookmarks for your children. There’s a seal, lady beetle, koala and turtle. Read more
Pretending to be a spider can be so much fun for children. It helps children to understand spiders and their predatory ways but also teaches them about webs too! Read more…
Wildlife Movement Dice: Draw out your Inner Animal
Jump, hop, slither and fly like an animal. Don’t forget the noises too! Have some fun finding your inner animal through this wildlife movement dice (free printable). Download and find out more here.
Download this frog mask and hop about the place. Children love acting like frogs. Read more…
Wildlife Footprint Fun in Five Ways
Use these five footprint templates in five different ways. Click here to read more.
Share these ten bilby activities with your children to encourage awareness of the Bilby for National Bilby Day (free bilby mask printable). To download and read more click here.
Learning about wildlife through play so much fun. Print these free Australian wildlife finger puppets and get playing (free printable). Download
Need a mask for a butterfly or fly costume? Well you’ve come to the right place. Cut it out, twirl the tongue, put it on your child’s head and you’re done! Read more
You can dress like a koala with this free koala mask. Also, you can learn to bellow like a koala too! Download
This is a fish template to help you create anything fishy. We used it for a month-long process of planning, creating and pretending to make a sea playroom. We had so much fun creating our underwater land. Read more…
When a child is interested in an animal, it’s an invitation for great learning and fun play! Take a look at our journey where we learnt about wombats through play. Read More
A glow worm does of course! Get into some glow worm craft by cutting out this printable and stringing up the glow worm web too! Download here
One of the best ways babies can be introduced to wildlife is through nursery rhymes. These simple little songs are an easy way to create a connection between your child and the natural world (free printable included). Download here
Use these beautiful Chistmas tags on your gifts this Christmas. Print it out, past it on cardboard (we used a recyled cereal box) and cut them out. Beautiful and easy! Download here
Candy canes are always a good choice when decorating the house or the Christmas tree. They are festive and they’re yummy! These holders are just another way to display candy canes a little differently, and of course I want to bring a little bit of wildlife fun into your Christmas decorations too. Download here
Match the animal with the its classification with this cute classification printable. Download here
This is a versatile print out that can be used creating body covering rubbings, collage, or even just as a colouring in page. Download here
When I list birds like the ibis, crow, magpie and plover, most people would know what they all have in common – annoying habits and behaviours that irritate the community. But these common birds can teach us a lot (free printable puppets). Read more…
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