Paint a Stone Animal

Connecting to nature can restore our sense of wellbeing. For children, this connection is best made through play – whether outdoors in nature or indoors with natural elements. 

This Paint a Stone Animal activity from Fields in Trust can be done at home with stones you collect from the garden or when you’re out for a walk. Why not use them to decorate a nature-themed cubby? Or display them in your window for passers by to see!

Make sure you follow your government guidelines on getting outdoors during the coronavirus crisis.

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Discover more activities for kids from Fields in Trust as part of their Bringing Parks to You initiative. Fields in Trust is a UK charity that champions and supports our parks and green spaces by protecting them for people to enjoy in perpetuity.

Find more ideas for connecting to nature and share your own on social media using #PlayfulNature!

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Time to play is critical for every child – share your moments with us by tagging #OutdoorClassroomDay and make every day a day to learn and play outdoors!