We were sent a selection of Huckleberry nature toys to review and they could not be more perfect for the type of play I like to encourage.
I am all about the great outdoors.
Huckleberry products help kids connect with nature by encouraging discovery, exploration, creating and playing.
They have the most lovely range of items. Let me talk you through them
Huckleberry Dual Magnifier (£13) is the perfect tool for kids to get up close and personal inspecting small insects, plants, and more. A great piece of kit to take out on a nature walk.
The waterproof sketchbook from Kikkerland (£10) is such a lovely idea. It enables kids to sketch whislt they are outside knowing that it is waterproof and their precious drawings are safe. My daughter loves to drawer so this is going to be a big hit with her!
The Huckleberry grass whistle
This simple, eco-friendly bamboo grass whistle is just £5 and so much fun! Just add a blade of grass! The Huckleberry Grass Whistle uses magnets and bamboo to create the perfect whistle tone from a blade of grass. It is so easy to take out and about and it works an absolute treat! Lots of fun
Morse Code Lights
These morse code lights (£15) are fabulous and an easy way for kids to learn morse code whilst out in the garden – old fashioned fun in the great outdoors. Who doesn’t love a secret code?
Make your own fresh flower necklace
This is such a gorgeous idea I could not resist having a go at it myself and I threaded flowers onto the woven necklace I decided it should be come my crown! We have had ours of fun with this and it only cost £6!
Huckleberry Make Your Own Pressed Flower Frame, £7 from Kikkerland is also rather lovely and a great way to get kids out into nature as well as being creative.
Nature toys are the best!
So there you go a little review of some lovely nature craft and play ideas – aren’t they just gorgeous and there are many more in the collection.
If you have enjoyed these lovely nature toys for kids I think you will also love my brand new book Nature Craft and Play published by Harper Collins and out very soon.
A portion of Huckleberry sales benefits the Children & Nature Network.