Five 30 Day Lego Challenge For Kids
If you have a little Lego lover in your life, encourage them to have some fun and challenge their creativity building. Try something different each day with one of these FIVE printable 30 day Lego challenges!
For more LEGO fun, check out our LEGO LAND page for more dedicated to all things LEGO.
Enjoy some good old fashioned family fun with these printable WOULD YOU RATHER questions, or show your kid’s how to have some “top secret fun” SPY CODES For Kids
RSPB – What is Wild Challenge>
What is Wild Challenge?
Wild Challenge is a call – to get up, get out and get wild!
It’s a challenge for you to connect with the natural world in brave new ways – to reach out and touch it and meet it head-on, up-close and personal. All you need to do is create an account and an online profile, and within a few quick and easy steps you’ll be ready to get stuck in to your wild adventure!
You can go as quickly or slowly as you like and we have a wide range of activities to suit your needs and location. There’s something to do throughout the year, no matter what the weather brings!
Selected other RSPB activities, such as Big Garden Birdwatch count towards your achievements too!
Wild Challenge replaces the Wildlife Action Awards – an awards scheme for schools and families which we’ve been running since 1988. Thousands of children have taken part over the years and Wild Challenge’s shiny new content and online presence ensures that many more children can get wild and closer to the nature on their doorstep.
If you would like to focus on wildlife gardening and helping nature thrive in your outdoor spaces, check out our Giving Nature a Home pages where you can create a personal plan with six simple activities to help you give nature a home where you live.
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RSPB – Games and Activities
Create a hotel full of different natural materials, to provide hidey-holes for creatures galore!
The size and construction of your bug hotel is only limited by the materials you have available and your imagination!
Minibeasts are very relaxed tenants and will find the places that appeal to them as long as there are lots of nice nooks and crannies to explore, and some nice rotting bark to munch on.
If you build a solid foundation you can always add to your hotel in stages later on or whenever you have the right materials to hand.
Have fun and get building!
Are you doing this activity as part of your Wild Challenge? Take a look at your progress and go for gold!
Did you know That your average UK woodlouse might be around 1 cm in length – but in the tropics you might find one which is three times as big, if not bigger!
If building a Minibeast Hotel is not for you then please check out the many more challenges available on the below link which include: Making a bird bath, Rockpooling, Upcycling for nature, Making a Hedgehog Cafe and lots more!
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