Naturally Curious and CreativeBy: Shanleigh Klassen
For those of you who may not know, each month we include a magazine in our monthly subscription boxes. In that magazine, we include interviews with our featured author and a member of our incredible community, but we have the most fun with the Creativity Corner where we include activities, fun facts, or games specified to our monthly theme.
With summer right around the corner, what better way is there to get excited for warm weather, and sunshine than by revisiting some of our favorite Creativity Corner activities inspired by the great outdoors?
Each activity is available as downloadable PDFs for your convenience. Have fun, and don’t forget that sunblock!
January 2019: Weather the Storm — Rain Cloud in a Jar
This theme from way back in the early days of 2019 featured The Storm Keeper’s Island by Catherine Doyle, an adventure inspired by Irish legends that sees a magical island select Storm Keepers to wield its powers and keep itself safe.
Why not become your own Keeper of Storms with this great science experiment, perfect for rainy days. (Get it??)
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April 2020: Cabin in the Woods — Scavenger Hunt
Inspired by Earth Day, which takes place on April 22 each year and is dedicated to supporting the need for environmental protection, we thought the best way to enjoy the day would be to get out there and explore!
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June 2020: Magic in Bloom — Plantable Seed Paper
Who wouldn’t want to wander through the magical and lush garden featured in The Girl and the Witch’s Garden by Erin Bowman? Take a small piece of the magic with you with this super fun, and super useful science activity by making your own plantable seed paper. Seed paper makes for great birthday or greeting cards since they’re the gift that keeps on GROWING.
Credit to thepapercraftpantry.com for the images and activity instructions!
Now go out there and have some fun!