Articles tagged with: outdoor play

How to Make a Bug Hotel

How to Make a Bug Hotel

Creepy crawlies play an important part in maintaining our ecosystem, pollinating plants, eating pests and providing food for other wildlife. As winter approaches help future generations of these bugs survive the colder months by making our fab bug hotel to place in your garden.
How to Make a Pet Stick Insect

How to Make a Pet Stick Insect

Now plenty of you have shared with us your Little Trekkers’ passion for collecting sticks at every given opportunity. The problem is, getting them to throw them away! Kids always have a favourite stick that they will not be parted from, so why not turn it into a stick insect in its own special jar.

How to Make a Holiday Treasure Jar

How to Make a Holiday Treasure Jar

After reading the Little Trekkers Ambassadors amazing blog posts and your comments on facebook and twitter it seems as though we are not the only ones who end up with bags, pockets and other random places full of 'collection' items that our Little Trekkers have found interesting whilst out and about.

How to Make a Little Trekkers Mail Bag into a Kite

How to Make a Little Trekkers Mail Bag into a Kite

Here at Little Trekkers HQ we are always on the look out for innovative ways to reuse our post bags and this one comes straight form Mary Poppins. Follow our 10 easy steps for how to upcycle your Little Trekkers mail bag into a kite, and you'll be outside having fun in no time at all! All together now! Let’s go fly a kite.... up to the highest height.

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