Grow wild kids!
We LOVE the natural curiosity of children. It's so important that nature captures the hearts and minds of our small folk so, when they grow up, they still have nature in their hearts to protect it in the future. Here's some videos for the kids in your life to get them excited about the natural world....and for you to have fun together as well!
Did you know there are 18 species of bat in the UK? And that they actually have excellent eyesight! Alison from London Wildlife Trusts is here to tell us everything we need to know about these marvellous mammals!
Why not keep a record of your wild adventures with a journey stick? Join Zoe from Devon Wildlife Trust and Seaton Jurassic for inspiration and to find out how to make one yourself!
Craft one of these marvellous mammals to fly in your own home! Follow along with Fiona from London Wildlife Trust to find out how.
Find out about collecting and displaying your nature finds with Claire from Alderney Wildlife Trust!
How do snails see the world? Why do male and female birds of the same species look different? Join Abi from London Wildlife Trust and find out all about colour in nature!
Join Leanne from The Wildlife Trusts and plant up your own nectar bar, providing a feast for pollinators!
Join Yussef (The Zoology Guy) and learn how to make your very own basking shark from recycled materials!
Learn all about worm charming!
Join Rachel and Zach as they show you how to make a wormery!
Why not make your own nesting stocking for the birds!
Join The FUNgi Guy for an introduction to the awesome world of FUNGI!
Join Tom from The Wildlife Trusts as he takes us on a lesson in birdsong! Listen for the trills and patterns in their song to help identify birds when you hear them out your windows or on your walks.
A perfect session for under-fives and their parents and carers, learning how to spot wildlife from home. There's a special furry presenter too!
Get involved with this colours of nature activity.
Bake some Hedgehog inspired bread rolls.
Learn how to play Camouflage Caterpillars.
Join Alice from Lancashire Wildlife Trust as she shows us how to make some binoculars to help you focus on the birds you might be seeing out of your window! You can find the activity card below!
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