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Need help making your life a little more wild? Look no further. Check out our wild ideas: activities, crafts and recipes that benefit our mental, emotional and physical wellbeing and encourage everyone to get outside and closer to nature. For even more inspiration take a peak at our W4L Communities page on Instagram.
This summer why not harvest some of the beautiful flowers and fragrances that we have around us and store them in preparation for autumn and winter?
Making a stick friend can facilitate conversations to help your child express themselves.
You can use this activity to make a face to represent different family members or emotions.
autumn scavenger hunt
Autumn is a season full of colour, change and activity. Download our scavenger hunt to help you to discover this season's marvels of nature.
Unleash the Dennis the Menace in you and make a simple pea shooter - great fun for all the family!
floral scented sugar
Floral Scented Sugar -
A little bit of sugar never hurt anyone, particularly when it is as delicious as this...
wild willow hearts
This activity can support children who are feeling socially isolated or missing their friends and family. It enables them to share and express their feelings and consider all of the positive qualities that they admire in others.
Physical anxiety is common and this activity can help to understand what may be at the root of it. Freezing emotions and feelings in the ice can help your child to feel more in control of those.
Have a go at making some of our SPOOKTACTULAR Halloween Decorations - fangtastic wreaths and table centres.
mini veg patches
Growing your own veg has never been easier - check out our ideas for creating your own mini veg patches using recycled materials. A great activity for children.
Edible, scented and beautiful - try making our Sensory Bouquet for a loved one or to say thanks.
This activity is a great one and can be used for lots of different things, but in this example you can use each of the resources to represent feelings and talk about what each one represents as it is added to the potion.
Creating these beautiful decorations is great way to encourage your child to think about the consequences of pushing boundaries. It’s also a good way to use up some of the cardboard boxes from the Christmas deliveries!
Wreaths are not just for Christmas. Use a wreath to brighten up your door at any time of year...try making our Autumn wreath which celebrates this seasons warm colours.
Mud Emojis -
A classic forest school activity, but with a W4L twist...
Tie-dying with a wild twist. Find out how to make natural dye and wild patterns.