Have you been keeping up with the Australia Day for kids blog hop? It’s been lots of fun! We’ve seen yummy recipes that kids can make, treats they’d love to eat, art ideas, book to read, fun free printables and more! What better way is there to learn about our wide brown land?
In case you’ve missed any of the fun, here is a final recap of all of the Aussie-themed ideas for kids from a fabulous group of Aussie kid bloggers that has been posted over the past couple of weeks in the lead up to our national holiday:
Printable Aussie koala masks by The Craft Train – This comes in green, gold, grey and colour-your-own.
How yummy does the Koala in a Creek look by Laughing Kids Learn? So quick and easy to make too!
Keep the kids busy with this collection of fun and educational Australia- themed printables over at Montessori Nature
The gorgeous Boab Tree mosaic artwork is from A Moment in our World. While you’re at it you might like to check out their Lap of Oz caravan trip around Australia!
At Go Science Kids you can see how to make this yummy-looking science project – home made Violet Crumble!
Want some good ideas to help kids celebrate Australia Day with books?Head over to Honey Bee Books!
These look pretty amazing! Mini pavlovas by Kidgredients
You will find this beautiful bottle brush artwork over at Danya Banya
These Quick Aussie cookies kids can make can be found at Coloured buttons
And the final stop in our blog hop was Sweet Little Pretties who made these scrumptious-looking Chocolate Lamington Scrolls – yum yum!
Have we managed to inspire you to get out there and celebrate this Australia Day? I hope so!
You can also find lots more ideas over on our collaborative Australia Day for Kids board on Pinterest.
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• Make a cute cockatoo pencil tin
• Make some frilled neck lizards from cardboard tubes
• These are our three favourite places to connect with nature in the Blue Mountains
• Have you ever tried painting with ochre rocks?
• Are you heading to the beach this Australia Day? You could make a mermaid city in the sand, or artwork with sea shells that you collect
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