A great activity from the Natural History Museum London guiding you through simple steps to make a cosy home for hibernating ladybirds
Nature Diary for late August. What you might see, smell and hear over the next fortnight.
Nature Diary for early August. What you might see, smell and hear over the next fortnight.
1. Build nature into your routine This is one of the easiest ways to make sure your children continue to experience nature over and over, and it doesn’t have to be a big deal. Can you pause between getting out of the car and stepping through the front door to see if you and yourContinue reading “Seven Simple Strategies to get your child outside”
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
Nature Diary for late July. Watch out for selfheal, dragonflies and other pollinators
Herbology Hunt. Monthly spotter sheets from the Wild Flower Society. Particularly suitable for younger kids with easy to identify and common verge and hedgerow plants
How to recognise the signs left behind by mammals. Can you tell who’s been in your neighbourhood?
Find a row in any direction to win the game. Can you find them all?