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Layered Beach Treasure Jars

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layered beach treasure jar


This is a fun activity to do on the beach which doesn't cost anything. Children will enjoy collecting and sorting beach treasures and arranging them into layers in their jar. Spend some time exploring colours, shapes and textures of the natural materials.



layered beach treasure jar
Fun even for the tiniest kids


Time: 30 minutes
Age: Any Age
Level: Easy

Materials
Empty glass jar (we recycled an old coffee jar)

Method
Spend time exploring the beach and gathering natural materials such as shells, seed pods, stones, seaweed etc in a bucket.
Sort the materials, looking at the shapes, colours, textures
Arrange your materials in layers in a glass jar



layered beach treasure jar
Adding layers


When full, fit the lid back on to the jar



layered beach treasure jar


You could also try this on a forest walk, gathering leaves, twigs, cones, nuts etc.



nature jar garden
Layered Treasure Jar using materials collected from the garden


What did you put in your jar? Please share a picture of your Layered Treasure Jar by uploading a photo via the comments section.

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#Under 5s
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#Over 10s
#Any Age
#Beach
#Natural Materials
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