This outdoor literacy task uses a journey (such as the journey to school) or a place, pupils have to fill ...
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 musical firework display using autumn leaves.
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 ...
Bird watching is a fun, free activity. It requires no specialist equipment, just patience and clothing suitable to the season.
Can you design and build a board game for up to six people to play? You could recreate one you ...
Can you build a bridge that will hold your weight and enable you to cross a puddle, a tarpaulin raging ...
An active game that develops understanding of adaptation, food chains and encourages number process work through play.
What treasures will you discover under the soil? Try becoming an archeologist with this fun science experience. Can you sort ...
A fast-paced game to show how increasing greenhouse gases causes global warming.
Use natural modelling materials to create a new species adapted to a habitat.
Can your busy little beavers match the skills of the real deal?
Sort waste materials by how long they take to decompose.
A fun and simple way to introduce the concept of growing food at home. Plants like cress grow quickly from ...
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