Autumn is our favorite season here at Broogly - the time of the year when there is inspiration galore for projects to do with kids. The beautiful reds and yellows of the changing leaves to inspire art, and the wonderful abundance of objects that just scream to be included in crafts - such as crunchy leaves, seeds and acorns. It is all a wonderful excuse to bundle up in hats and scarves and brave the autumn winds to explore!

But that’s not the only inspiration around at this time of year. Halloween and Thanksgiving in the USA and Guy Fawkes and Bonfires in the UK are just two of the many other things going on that are great opportunities to do some fantastic projects with the kids whatever their age or inclination…

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