Encourage the little ones to get up close with nature and discover something new every day of the year! In this fantastic book, 365 Outdoor Activities, from the RSPB, there's a project for every interest, whether it's creepy crawlies, birds, fossils, wildlife, the weather or plants - there's fun and simple experiments and makes to try at home, even on a rainy day.
Help the kids make their own moth trap, take mushroom spore prints, build a birdbath, grow a sack of potatoes, detect small animals, make a windmill flower and much, much more. Every project comes with clear, step-by-step instructions and images to explain exactly what you need to do, with a clock symbol showing how long it will take, a handy checklist and top tips to make sure your project is a success. There's also a sheet of star stickers included so you can reward your little explorers, and animal stickers to help them keep their very own nature journal.
365 Outdoor Activities You Have To Try promises to open your family's eyes to the world of nature on their doorstep, helping them to observe, explore, create, discover and appreciate the natural world around them, and learn more about where it comes from and why.
365 Outdoor Activities You Have To Try from the RSPB, published by DK, is available to buy from all good book shops, RRP £9.99.
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