Wiltshire Wildlife Trust activities for kids

15th May 2020, 7:02pm | By Karen |

If you are looking for something educational to keep the kids busy, we can help. From colouring sheets to formal learning resources, there is something for all ages to stay connected with nature. Our Milestones team have also put together some top tips on how young people can connect with nature during lockdown, because “spending time in the natural environment – as a resident or a visitor – improves our mental health and feelings of wellbeing”. 
See here and here for more info.

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