Create a Teeny Tiny Twig Raft
The Scouts are challenging you to build a miniature raft with twigs and leaves and then watch it set sail. You need a minimal number of items but the fun will be maximum! Click here to find out how to make your raft.
This activity can be found on the Scouts website. To find out more fun indoor activities by the Scouts them simply click the here.
Did you know that there are lots of herbs and vegetables that you can grow in water from the scraps that you would normally throw away? Down load this resource to find out how to grow different herbs and vegetables without leaving your house.
Try this windowsill art activity whilst staying indoors. It’s so creative and completely up to you what you draw.
Bringing the Outside Inside - Blossom Tree
Seeing a tree covered in a blossom is a sure sign that Spring is here! Following these step-by-step instructions, children can easily create their own blossom tree picture to bring a little piece of Spring to their own living rooms!
Plastic Bottle Skittles
Have you ever wondered what to do with all the packaging we can’t recycle? How about making playground skittles? You can download our instructions by clicking on the link below.
Create A Work Of Art
Click on the link and follow their three steps to make a work of art using the objects and people in your house!
Egg Box Mouse
Create a mouse by reusing food packaging and other household items. Simply click on the link for your step by step instructions.
Here’s an activity that shows you how to make Elmer The Elephant by reusing empty milk bottles. It’s a way to have fun and care for the environment.
Credit: Rimrose Hope C of E Primary
Plastic Bottle Skittles
PE with Joe Wicks
Join Joe Wicks every weekday at 9am for a fun workout aimed at children (though adults can join in too!) Exercise is an amazing tool to help us feel happier, more energised and more optimistic.
Share a rainbow
Rainbows are a symbol of positivity, hope and togetherness. Take a look at this PowerPoint (best viewed in full screen) to see how many different ways people have created rainbows in their community. Why not try and create your own?
A Nature Rainbow
Beautiful rainbows are popping up everywhere to raise spirits and make us smile. Here’s an inventive way to create your own rainbow whilst out on your daily walk.
Credit: Beckfoot Heaton Primary School and Nursery
In this activity, children pick a colour of the rainbow at the beginning of their daily walk and then try and find as many objects of that colour as they can. Choose a different colour the next day until they’ve found all the colours of the rainbow! Use the PowerPoint of Home Learning Activity Sheet to support this.
Why not create a self portrait on a stone? All need is a stone which you can collect on your daily walk and a felt-tip pen.
Be A Woodland Trust Nature Detective
This is a wonderful resource created by the Woodland Trust. It’s full of activities for all ages that you can do on your daily walk. Why not join in and become a leaf, twig and spring spotter!
Credit: The Woodlands Trust
Help your children with their daily fitness activity by trying out some of these ‘wild’ yoga poses by The Wildlife Trusts.
Credit: The Wildlife Trusts
Have a look at what natural materials you can find when on your daily walk and use them to make a piece of ‘Wild Art.’ You might choose to create a house out of twigs or a self-portrait using leaves and flowers. As long as you have your imagination the possibilities are endless.
Credit: National Trust
Darrell Wakelam is releasing daily art activities during lockdown and we love them because they use pieces of rubbish that you might have lying around the house. This Venus Fly Trap has been created from old toilet tubes and eggboxes!