Forest Animal TemplatesWaldtier templates
Please use the monochrome printed products as colour pages. You can use one of the printed materials for the above work or for your own jungles or forest topics and educational activity. This printed matter is for your own private and non-commercial use only. In order to use or distribute these printed materials, please include a reference to the website that contains the PDF.
Arts from the arts (forest creatures + templates)
Jamin and Ashley, my buddies from the blogs, released three fantastic albums with detachable 8×10 fine print. It' s all great, but nobody can put all of it up at home, so they invited a group of blogs to find other ways to use it creatively - the only thing we asked was that we couldn't put it in a framework (which I kind of cheated...).
The inspiration was to use the beautiful painting to make these sweet kingly forest beasts. It was so easy to make (and I even have templates for you so you can make them too!). As soon as your animal is ready, put it in a box (this is where I cheated) and put it up.
They can use scraps of papers, pages of old journals or, of course, Jamin & Ashley fine arts literature. Please click on the picture above for the free sample, or login to the archives and find it in the sample area.
Fifty Forest Handicrafts & Activities for Children
Me, my brothers and my sisters ( together with our neighbours ) would go back to this wooded area and run through the stream, playing matches and hoping to meet all kinds of forestlife. As parents, I was remembered this past summers that these times of infancy are lived by every age.
Every mornin' the children would say, "We go back to the stream" or "We take the way through the forest to discover it" - words that would remind me how every kid is dragged into the forest. Therefore we start today a small serial with the focus on forest adventures! In the next few week we will present more than 50 funny games that will link children to the forest areas near your home.
While some of these can be done at home, others are better spent in the forest - ALL will be inspired by the wonder and pleasure of being connected to the outdoors. Thought we' d start the show with a funny intro to forest wildlife, as almost every kid likes (and is excited about) forest beasts.
This funny activity will bring the children closer to all kinds of wildlife that call the forest home! While the children are editing, tinkering and having lots of fun with these free prints, discuss with them why these creatures are living in the forest, whether they would like to see them in action and what kind of question they might have about each of our forest mates.
When you are looking for some objects to learn about forests, here is a selection you are sure to like! Safari Ltd Wild Safari North American Wildlife TOOB is a great complement to the creation of your own little forest environment! They can see how we have used it in our Woodland Habitat activities. The Woodland Animals Kids Sewing Kitis is ideal for developing subtle movement skills (plus awesome enchantment)!
Riddles are a great object to learn - try the Budpuppy Jigsaw line with options for young children. The illustrations on the 100-piece jigsaw are very popular. Supplementary forest activities: Greater natural activities: Don't miss the funny forest tales - have a look at our forest book lists: