Summer nature activities for kids
The summer holidays are a great time to get kids outside and excited about nature. Whether making natural bird feeders for your garden or joining us for family-friendly events out in the Forest, our fun activities are a great way to get the whole family connecting with nature this summer.
Nature activities for kids
Over the school holidays we will be sharing how to make natural bird feeders, seed bombs, bug hotels and water filters, as well as our top tips for identifying different native wildflower and tree species.
How to make natural bird feeders
Natural bird feeders are a great way of encouraging wildlife in your garden. Find out how to make them.
How to make seed bombs
Seed bombs are a great way of adding a splash of colour to your garden and encouraging wildlife. Find out how to make them.
Wildflower scavenger hunt
Use your senses to identify different species of wildflowers on your woodland walks this summer.
How to make a butterfly feeder
Butterflies are not only beautiful, but are really important insects for our ecosystem. Encourage them to visit your garden by making butterfly feeders.
How to build a bug hotel
Bug hotels are a great way of encouraging a variety of insects into your garden. Find out how to make them.
Identifying trees in summer
Outdoor Teacher Phil shares his top tips for identifying different tree species in the Forest this summer.
Water pollution experiment
Understand the effects of water pollution with this simple experiment with things you have around your home.