Habitat Exploration

Our habitat exploration days are aimed at encouraging children to explore the natural world and discover the creatures and animals that live there. They will need to investigate and explain how animals adapt to their habitats as well categorise and sort different creatures.

Woodland Bug Hunting

Children will learn where and why different mini beasts live as they explore the woodland looking for bugs. They will also practice their classification techniques and the identify the different bugs.

Mini Den Building

Children will learn what different creatures need to survive and create mini dens to live in. They will practice their powers of explanation as they explain the features of their dens.

Camouflage Games

Children will learn how and why animals camouflage themselves and practice creating dens and playing games.

Meadow Sweeping

Children will learn where and why different mini beasts live as they explore the meadows looking for bugs. They will also practice their classification techniques and the identify the different bugs.

Habitat Comparison

Children will learn how to identify plants as they compare a woodland environment to a meadow.

Woodland walks

Children will learn all about their senses and adjectives as they set of to find something sharp, tall, big and small. Different themes can be given to the walk.

Animal Adaption

Children will learn how different animals adapt to live in the wild including camouflage, dens and hibernation.

 

We are constantly coming up with new and exciting activities for children to enjoy please contact us to find out what new activities are available. We also love to be challenged, let us know what you are learning about and we will design activities bespoke for your school.