Mice, skittles and wands are all readily whittled by little hands with a good quality potato peeler and a sturdy ...
A playful approach to understanding how some trees use animals to disperse their seeds.
Many people enjoy seeing wildlife in their grounds. Most of the time though we only see those that are active ...
Create a garden in a small space using only a bag, a tin can, stones and some soil. Perfect for ...
Find a ball and make it travel in a fun way. Think tubes, pipes, ramps, funnels – whatever you have to ...
Embrace the physical and tactile challenge of exploring a short trail barefooted.
Bird watching is a fun, free activity. It requires no specialist equipment, just patience and clothing suitable to the season.
How good is your sense of place without your sense of sight? Work together as a team in this activity ...
Can you design and build a board game for up to six people to play? You could recreate one you ...
Simple creative ideas to reuse colourful bottle caps outdoors.
Can you build a bridge that will hold your weight and enable you to cross a puddle, a tarpaulin raging ...
Investigate the creation of natural inks and dyes and even make a quill for mark making.
Cooking these simple unleavened bread twists is a great focus around a campfire!
What treasures will you discover under the soil? Try becoming an archeologist with this fun science experience. Can you sort ...
Channel your inner cave dweller, mark making with some DIY charcoal oil paint!
Spend some time gazing up at the clouds. Discussing what you can see encourages verbal literacy, descriptive skills and creating ...
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