Have you ever thought about trace metals and how they enter our environment? Why not read our blog today to find out!
Den building is a fantastic activity for all ages. You can do it at any time of year, but also rmember to use fallen leaves and branches. by doing this your are practising the principles of Leave No Trace.
Contribute to the Pollinator Plan by doing a time count of pollinators on a patch of flowers by you, and submit your records to the National Biodiversity Record Centre
A fun day out at the sea side rock pooling. A guide to what you need…
Info about and links to a wonderful site full of marine activities and learning resources built by the Marine Institute
Can you get a row, or even find the whole card? Lots to be found in gardens; more down by the river!
This activity makes the rock cycle real for your child. Processes that take millions
of years can be recreated at far lower temperatures in your kitchen. You and your
child can also finally make use of all those broken crayons you have in the cupboard.
Nature Diary for late July. Watch out for selfheal, dragonflies and other pollinators
A printable poster with tear-off strips – each with a simple nature task
A simple experiment to show the effects of ocean acidification on shelled animals in our seas