Turn your pet rock into a necklace using paint, glue, wire and string. You can make a owl using a pine cone and some acorn tops. Whether you paint them and make them colorful, or you leave them in their natural state, these pine cone owls are fun to make and cute to look at.What You Need:
The Kids' Summer Handbook
This compendium of activities offers ideas galore for young vacationers. Six broad sections-Shoreside, Landside, After Dark, Hiking and Camping, Rainy Days, and Cottage Crafts-cover a wide range of nature investigations, water sports, arts and crafts, recipes, and safety information that varies greatly in both difficulty and age appropriateness. From crayfish trap to canoe strokes, raising monarch butterflies to building a tree fort, paper-folding to whittling, there is something for everyone here.
Nature's Art Box
From t-shirts to twig baskets, 65 cool projects for crafty kids to make with natural materials you can find anywhere.
My Pet Rock, Greg Granite
Ever wonder where your pet rock came from? Where its been? What its seen? My Pet Rock Greg Granite follows the adventurous life of Greg, an unassuming piece of granite with a very rocky beginning! Greg Granite is an educational beginner to the world of geology.