Woods has enchanted kids for decades. This is the scene of many of our favorite fairy tales and the setting for family celebrations that are unforgettable. Woods is also the perfect chance for young people to use their ingenuity.
To help your kids explore the magic of the woods and trees, our favorite games have been put together. With our own families and a lot of fun, they’re being checked and tried. See how your own fairy doors, enchanted walls, and forest potions can be made and how your own fairy tea party can even be held.
Follow our simple instructions to visit your backyard by creating a secret door for fairy people. For young people who are intrigued by holidays and Elves, this is a fantastic experience.
- Sticks in the line-up or twigs.
- Glue the door diagonally with two sticks to keep it together.
- Get out to get your acorn cups or small steaks for your doorknob and letter box. Glue them to the location. Glue them to the location. You can, instead, use old buttons or beads.
- Place your door against the trunk or wall of the tree if the glue is dry. Make sure that the great cats and legs are a long way away.
Can you hear the knocking of any fairy visitors on your door?
Hunting the fucker of fairy
The fairies and elves are very still, so you can’t see them wandering through the forest. But if you look closely, you can see little traces they’ve left behind. Go into the woods with your little one and see if you can find…
- Toadstool sitting
- The Blossoming Hat
- Buttercup lamps
- A cup of corn goblets
- Far Level
- Oh, Mossy, fluffy beds
What else can you find the proof of?
Where do you think an elf in the forest would like to live? In an ancient oak’s shadow, huh? Tucked up under a hedge, huh? Nestled in a fallen log inside, huh?
Encourage children to find the best place to create an elf house, then find some natural materials and get to work. To make a simple teepee, gather a couple of twigs, then cover it with fallen leaves to make it cozy. Can you find tables, chairs or beds for some tiny sticks?
Leave them a home-cooked gift, like a set of acorn cups or a set of petals, to welcome the elves to their new home.
Fairy tea party
So why not have a party next time you visit the forest with your family with your fairy friends? You can have a tea party with natural stuff from the forest floor. Hold your eyes skinned by…
- For a banquet table a small tree stump would be appropriate.
- Small plates for floors
- Tablet cups to drink dew
- Little Twig Skin Besteck
- Delicacies that fairies and elves prefer to eat, such as petals or nuts.
Without a magic wall, a whimsical walk in the woods is not going to be complete. Take a ribbon or thread in the woods and search for an odd stick. If you’ve found one, tie it around your ribbon. You may also tie natural items, such as plumes and drop leaves. Hold it in your lap, close your own eyes and sing spells to make your wand magical.
When you’re done, remember to wrap the thread and bring it back home.
Do your children like to make wishes? If so, they’ll love this activity. Simply write your wishes on fallen leaves, then toss them into the wind to release their magic.
Woods are full of ingredients to create weird and beautiful potions. On the next family outing, take a beaker or a small bowl and go on your own.
Put on the beaker a sprinkling of water and find a special stirring handle. While exploring the wood, collect the things you are looking at. A fluffy feather, an odorous pine nail or a polished corn can be found?
To make a magical combination, use your stick, pour out your drink and wish for it.
We look forward to inspiring your family to launch an imaginative forestry adventure. See our family membership for more fun, you can do all of this.