Slow down and really observe what is around you. Nature is full of beautiful shapes and colours. As you walk around the street, peer at the plants and see if you can find the full colours of the rainbow.
Safety advice: Respect other people’s gardens and only take from what is on the ground or public area or if you see a neighbour you could ask permission to pick a flower or leaf!
This activity is a great one to do together as a family.
Ideal for: Early Years and Lower Primary Ages 5-7
- fresh air
- get moving
Time required: 30 minutes
Curriculum connections: Science, Art, Critical and Creative Thinking
Often the purpose of a walk is to get children to use up some energy! However, doing a nature treasure hunt will slow down the pace and let everyone really observe the beauty of the natural world in your local area.
- Something to hold your collected items in like a box or bag.
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