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?
Become an ocean hero and do a 2 minute beach clean
Nature Diary for the first fortnight in July. What you might see, smell or hear in the early part of the month
A fun way to draw in the rain!
Beetle bump! Create a ground beetle habitat to encourage biological pest control in your garden
We have a terrific way to explore nature in your own backgarden with the one square metre outdoor STEM project! This is a super easy to set up nature science activity that you can do in any season and just about any setting. In fact, we encourage you to explore lots of locations throughout the year!
Nature diary for the second half of June, featuring grasses, birds, moths and butterflies.
Texture walk: how place feelsThe simple act of taking a walk—a walk with a curricular focus or purpose—can havewonderful educational impacts. This imagination and inquiry-focused walk isdesigned to alert children to different aspects of the local natural world.Step 1For this activity begin with a brainstorm about ways to describe how things feel to the touch—smooth,Continue reading “Texture Walk”