Autumn's erratic outlook allows your child’s creativity to run wild
With the last halcyon days of summer well and truly behind us and the jingle bells of Christmas still a mere twinkle in Rudolph's eyes, Autumn can sometimes feel like a stop-gap season with neither warming sunshine nor pretty snowfall in its climatic favour.
Although warm-ish, windy, showery days can wreak havoc with the best-laid weekend (not to mention sartorial) plans, the unpredictability of this season is ripe with possibility for environmental activities.
Come rain or shine there are many ways you can engage your child with the world around her, so read on for four exciting activities to help you savour the season.
Activities taken from The Green Hour by Todd Christopher (Trumpeter, £15.99)
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