This felt robin softie craft for kids produces the cutest little Christmas tree decoration - one we are sure will be treasured forever!
British Wildlife Crafts
Squirrels, moles, hedgehogs, fieldmice, foxes, owls ... so many different wildlife species, so many different wildlife crafts!
We've got some fun and original badger crafts for kids, all easy to make with simple craft supplies and fun for wildlife fans or perhaps a British Wildlife theme.
We have costumes, puppets, mobiles and more. Our bat crafts are fun for Halloween or a British Wildlife project.
Whether you are interested in Fantastic Mr Fox, studying foxes within a British wildlife theme or you just like foxes, you will find some great fox crafts for kids here to enjoy!
We've got an assortment of hedgehog crafts here to try with your kids - perhaps with the coming of autumn/winter, or as part of a hedgehog theme.
Moles are funny little creatures, and usually the only evidence we have of them is the unsightly mounds that appear in our gardens and fields! Their underground nature is emphasised in this cute mole puppet craft.
Here's a collection of owl crafts for kids that all ages will enjoy, using simple materials mostly from the recycling bin.
We've designed these squirrel crafts to appeal to a wide range of children's ages and to be appropriate for home, classroom or group setting. Fun for autumn or winter!
More British Wildlife Crafts
Here is a cute - and unusual - handprint painting that you can do at Christmas. Make sure you write the date on the back because in a few years you will look back and wonder how your children were ever that small!
This is such a simple craft idea, but your youngest children will enjoy cutting out the shapes and sticking the features on this owl, and love the way the owl looks at you as he stands on display!
Make this gorgeous paper plate robin - it's a quick and easy craft for Christmas or a wildlife or bird theme, perfect for preschoolers.
Our pine cone mouse makes a cute little craft for kids - especially in the autumn when pine cones are plentiful.
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The little robin has become a symbol of Christmas with his redbreast makes him a popular site in the garden. How about making an indoor version which you can eat an enjoy, with these very cute robin biscuits!