Don't you just love when your friends come over for a picnic? It's nice to make them a special treat.
Baking cookies for her friend Scout got Daisy thinking of all the backyard creatures who also come to visit. This inspired her to make BIRD COOKIES.

If you are in Australia click here to watch Scout & The Gumboot Kids. If you are in the United States, check us out on  or on Xfinity or Amazon.  In South Korea you can watch it on  Kids from around the world click here to listen to Jessie Farrell's songs.  

They’ll be ...
Chirp chirp happy, 
Chirp chirp healthy,
Chirp chirp fed well too. 
And while they’re ... 
Chirp chirp learning,
Chirp chirp growing,
Chirp chirp flying soon. 

CHIRP CHIRP HAPPY by Jessie Farrell

Gumboot Kids can listen to Jessie Farrell's songs here . 


Step 1

Collect some cookie cutters from your kitchen. Choose fun shapes like stars and hearts.

Step 2

Mix about 2 cups of birdseed and unflavoured gelatin with a cup of warm water in a large mixing bowl. Stir it all with a spoon. Place your cookie cutters on a flat surface and fill them with the birdseed mixture. Use your hand to press it down to form your cookie. Use a pencil to make a hole in each cookie so you can hang them up once they’re dry.

Step 3

Let your cookies dry completely and then push them out of the cookie cutter. Tie some string through the hole. Now hang your creation on a branch for your bird friends to enjoy!

(click here for the full printable from CBC Kids) 

Remember there is no right or wrong way to make a nature craft, so have fun!

We would love to see your creations! Post on Facebook or Instagram and tag @gumbootkids.

Message from Daisy...

““I can’t wait to see the wonderful nature crafts that we will create together. And remember Gumboot Kids, there is no right or wrong way to make a nature craft, so have fun!”
- Daisy