For this month’s competition, we challenge you to make your own silly cress heads.
Cress heads are so much fun! Cress seeds sprout and grow REALLY quickly, adding a funky hairdo to any decorated egg or pot. Simply add wet kitchen paper or cotton wool to the base of an eggshell or recycled pot, and sprinkle on your cress seeds. Place them on a sunny windowsill and give them a spray with water daily. No compost needed!
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In June’s ‘Tiny Wildlife’ issue, we asked you to create forest mud faces. Thank you to all of you who embraced the messy challenge and sent us your mud-spattered entries!
If you could pilot a submarine, what would you see? This clever viewer features a scrolling underwater scene!
Use inspiration from nature to make these colourful button bugs. They are so easy to make, you will soon have a whole swarm. What you need: Buttons in different colours and sizes Pipe cleaners Googly eyes Beads for feet/antennae Strong glue Scissors What to do: Step 1: Cut a pipe cleaner in...