This post is sponsored. Have you ever dreamt of seeing a pride of lions strolling across the plains with your own eyes? Or wondered what it would be like to hand-feed a monkey? We explore nature and wildlife around our home and local area a lot, but one of my dreams is to explore nature […]
Visiting a wildlife Art Gallery or exhibition is a wonderful way to get your children out of the house and enjoying an activity they wouldn’t usually explore. It’s another wonderful way to learn about wildlife and their habitats too. Here’s some activity suggestions for you during and after your wildlife gallery visit. Wildlife gallery activities […]
Do you sit at home and wonder what you’ll do as a family this week? I do. Since choosing to dedicate one day a week to family (after it was seriously lacking during the house move) I now, after only three weeks of family days, am already wondering the same thing. What WILL we do […]
There are plenty of inspiring activities you can do at the beach to get you closer to nature. These activities needn’t be done all on one visit, in fact, it might work better if you kept to one or two at a time. Having a family goal can make your trip so much more enjoyable (and educational). Search for animals at the […]
Do you want your holiday to be filled with nature and wildlife galore? Bring along your keen eyes and the objects below and you’re bound to see more than you expected! Camera. Most of us always take a camera on our holidays, but don’t forget to keep it on you at all times otherwise you […]
If I told you that I went camping with three children under four, would you think I was crazy? Ok…maybe don’t answer that! But, it happened and it was the best thing I’ve ever done. It’s so easy to get absorbed in a technologically driven world of computers, television, and smart-phones. We’re so accustomed to […]
Sometimes you don’t have to do the teaching! And yes, I know I look like my mum! Do you let your Grandparents go wild?
For many of us, the word museum conjures memories of boredom, silence, stuffed animals and cob-web covered displays. But museums are changing! Yes, they still have static displays, although the museum we visited last week had no dust, no hand prints on glass and no cobwebs. It was immaculate, despite the hoard of school children swarming through […]