Potluck P.L.A.Y. – Autumn Acorn Abundance!


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My walks this week included some P.L.A.Y.-full . . .   

Autumn Acorn Abundance!

Pausing and being present provided the opportunity to see these special striped acorns still attached to their caps.

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Curious Capkins want to know: Why do some years have more acorns than others? What impact does this have?

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“Marble Madness” ensued as the abundance of acorns made for tricky foot travel.

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Bonus Bounty!

According to the Farmer’s Almanac Folklore an abundance of acorn means a snowy winter (AND fat squirrels)!

I’ll be curious to see how this actually P.L.A.Y.s out!

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Visit my video on PINTEREST (here) for a simple snapshot of “Autumn’s Acorn Abundance” with a batch of beautiful oak leaves in the sunshine.


What other natural treasures did you find in your P.L.A.Y. today? 🙂


Draw, write, color, and creatively capture your discoveries

on the pages of your Nature Adventure book!

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Outdoors – Yes Please!


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Louie the Capkin is longing to get outdoors and P.L.A.Y.! ~ Stef M. has promised him a walk adventure real soon! Yes Please!

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What natural treasures did you find in your outdoor P.L.A.Y. today? 🙂


Draw, write, color, and creatively capture your discoveries

on the pages of your Nature Adventure book!

DIY – Make your own CAPKIN!


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Tomorrow, Wednesday 9/4/2019, the first Capkin will arrive for the Fall #4 page in the Nature Alliteration Adventure series posted every M/W/F. 

To join in the nature treasure seeking complete these six simple DIY steps to make your own curious and creative Capkin to take on your many outdoor P.L.A.Y. adventures:

  1. Purchase a piece of red felt and small wiggly eyes.
  2. Print the pattern below to cut out a basic Capkin shape (adjust size as needed).
  3. Once the felt is cut slightly overlap the two straight edges to form a cone shape.
  4. Using red thread begin at the top of the cone and sew a whip stitch from top to bottom.
  5. Attach the wiggle eyes with a dot of hot glue or sew on (depending on type).
  6. Make a few extras to put in all your bags and pockets to always have on hand and craft some to share with your friends and family too!

 


After you get the hang of making this basic Capkin pattern explore various sizes and colors

to add variety and P.L.A.Y.-fullness to bring on your adventures!

More CAPKIN information Click HERE