For families

For families

Tom Marshall

Educational activities for families

Evidence from The Wildlife Trust has shown that children are happier and healthier when they're closer to nature. Despite the fundamental importance of nature to childhood, only one in ten children ever play in wild places.

We want to help children experience and learn about their natural world, and with our exciting array of events, activities and resources we hope to reconnect the next generation.

Activities at home


Check out our kids' Wildlife Watch website for wildlife activities to try at home.

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Ade Clarke

Nature Clubs


Find a local nature club for children from pre-school age up to 18.

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Ade Clarke



From pond dipping to puddle jumping, find an event near you!

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Staffordshire Wildlife Trust

Nature Trails

Why not download and print our nature trail spotter sheets at home. They're designed to be done anywhere in Lincolnshire, not just at our nature reserves! So get outside and start exploring your local wildlife - whatever the season.

Educational resources

Wildlife Watch


Take a look at the Wildlife Watch resources for amazing animal facts, fun wildlife activities, online games and tonnes of ideas to help inspire your children.

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Rachel Scopes

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