Featured activity: what lives in forests?

This activity is one of our Forest Activities, and is a great opportunity for your and your students to get outside into local

Forest den for children

‘How to build the ultimate forest den’ from Forest Holidays
https://www.forestholidays.co.uk/forestipedia/how-to-build-the-ultimate-forest-den

woodland.

Students will conduct a biodiversity survey, discovering the types of trees that make up a forest, and the other plants and animals that live there. It’s a great way to engage students with their local environment. It’s also a great activity to do when you start to spot the first signs of spring!

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Posted on February 7th, 2017 by Aoife Glass

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