5 fun activities to do outdoors this weekend

Autumn and Spring (depending on where you are in the world) offer infinite possibilities for creative exploration with nature; fallen leaves morph into meaningful works of art, fallen branches make great dens to hide in or little companions to play with….Here are a few simple nature-based art activities that you and your family/ students of all ages can have fun …

Happy first day of March!

Each month gifts endless opportunities to explore and create outdoors in nature. The birth of Spring unfolds in March, gifting longer, warmer days to play outdoors. Fallen branches are easier to find now that the snow has finally melted and snow drops, daffodils and crocuses offer delightful colour, texture and scent to our nature play and creations. One of our favourite …

Pots of Goodness – Healthy Eating Habits

Providing opportunities for children to grow their own fruit and vegetables is a great way to get them outdoors and connecting with nature. By growing and eating fresh organic food, it introduces them to healthy eating habits. They get to learn where food comes from, how it grows and they get to spend lots of time outdoors, tending to their little peach tree …