Whether your church is taking part in Love Your Burial Ground Week (3-11 June), 30 Days Wild (throughout June), World Environment Day (5 June), or you just want to celebrate the wealth of wildlife in your churchyard, this Small but Mighty Nature Trail is for you.
King & Queen 'Pop Up' Puppets - made from recycled paper cups
If you're using paper cups & straws at you Coronation celebrations this weekend, here's a fun recycling activity for children to turn them into puppets. These King & Queen Pop Up Puppets are so simple to create, all you need are a paper cup & straw, glue sticks, scissors & our FREE Printable puppets for children to colour.
Make Your Own Post-it-Note Crown
If you're looking for a Coronation craft for tweens or teens, this is simple one to share. With just a few Post-it-Notes & folding skills, they can create a fabulous crown to wear for any celebration!
Eco Friendly Coronation Crafts
Holding a Coronation Celebration, community event, or Big Lunch? Here are 10 simple Eco Friendly Coronation crafts for all ages to make.
Make Your Own Eco Friendly Bird Feeder Castle
Royal Guard Lolly Stick Bookmark
Coronation Outdoor Trail for Children - with Free Activity Sheets
Looking for a Coronation trail for children & families to explore over the Coronation Weekend? This Outdoor Trail celebrates not only the King's Coronation, but also the beautiful natural world around us.
Ideal to display around your Churchyard, School, or outdoor area, this interactive trail invites all ages to discover more about this historic royal occasion.