When it comes to celebrating all the beauty and wonder Australia has to offer, it’s hard to know where to begin. More than 90 per cent of our wildlife is found nowhere else in the wild. This includes kangaroos, dingos, wombats, echidnas, platypus and koalas – making this a truly unique and special country.
Poor snakes. They really get a bad rap, don’t they? Fear of them is one of the top 10 phobias. It’s called ophidiophobia. They’ve been blamed for the temptation that resulted in people becoming mortal (according to the Bible) and also revered by others as the bringers of good luck. However you view them,
Welcome to another Wacky Workshops project – how to make a jumping kangaroo. How high can a kangaroo jump? Sometimes up to three times their height! In one leap a kangaroo can jump three metres high and more than eight metres long. This little jumping kangaroo won’t reach those heights but will be
Welcome to another Wacky Workshops project – cute koalas to make. When it comes to celebrating Australia and all it has to offer, it’s hard to go past the wildlife. Australia has more than 378 mammal species and 828 bird species as well as thousands of fish and hundreds of snake and lizard species.
Welcome to another Wacky Workshops project – making Australian crafts with paper plates. We celebrated Australia Day last week and I just couldn’t resist adding some more fun crafts, highlighting some of this country’s unique and wonderful animals. Read Why I Love a Sunburnt Country to discover the many wonderful and amazing things
Welcome to another Wacky Workshops project – three easy Australia Day paintings. These projects are so easy anyone can do them, and they look fantastic. Read my post, Why I Love a Sunburnt Country to find out about all the wonderful things this country has to offer.