New Spring Activity Cards

The Little Muddy Boots Spring Activity cards are now here – packed full of nature-inspired activities and crafts!

Little Muddy Boots Spring Activity Cards

What are the Activity Cards?

Our Activity Cards are designed for pre-schoolers, toddlers and Key Stage 1. The Spring Activity Cards come in a reusable cotton bag and are packed full of seasonal facts, colourful illustrations and nature inspired activities such as Bee and Blossom Spotting, Potato Planting, a natural Easter Egg Craft and more. They are a fantastic way to inspire time outside during the Spring months and can be used year after year in the aim of being a gift that keeps on giving. The cards are great for gifts and for parents and grandparents to have to hand. 

Little Muddy Boots Spring Activity Cards
Little Muddy Boots Spring Activity Cards

Activity Cards Top Tips

Our Activity Cards come in re-usable drawstring bags which are not only great for storing the set of cards in but they make perfect little treasure bags for collecting nature… blossom, twigs, feathers, leaves and more.

If you have got friends children, godchildren or your children’s friends to buy gifts for this Spring, why not treat them to a set of Little Muddy Boots Spring Activity Cards, they make a wonderful gift.

Spring Activity Cards

How Much are They and How do I Buy?

You can buy the Activity Cards over in our online shop.

Each set is £9.60 plus postage to the UK Mainland or you can pick them up in class, just select your chosen option at checkout.

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