We took 36 children and lots of adults for a lovely play at the RSPB on 21st June. The longest day and it was beautiful.
We had a fab time making lots of different dens using all the wood we could find. Snack was custard creams, bourbons and breadsticks to ensure all the children could eat snack safely.
We found some red ants busily moving their eggs after we accidentally moved the roof of their home. It was fascinating to watch.
One of the children wanted to find some ear wigs, and the RSPB woods did not disappoint. We found lots.
We made pictures out of the wood and spent time collecting different coloured leaves, pine cones, small and large pieces of wood and even soft peat.
One child spent a long time cutting up the string and adding it to her picture.
We visited the pond and found some very bouncy, springy peat to jump on. It was like a trampoline.
The geese and their goslings weren’t too impressed at being watched so went to hid in the bushes. When we first got to the pond there was a heron having a swim. He soon flew off.