Please note prices for all Ranger led activity sessions include VAT. All Activity costs are based on groups of up to 35 children.
This hands-on interactive activity encourages the children to become wildlife detectives, using both their imagination and their senses. Led by our Ranger, they will search both high and low in the woodland for minibeasts and wildlife. The children will learn about the meaning and importance of habitats and even get the opportunity to build a habitat pile with their friends.
Working in small teams, this is a fun and energetic orienteering challenge. A short briefing by our Ranger and its ready steady go! Using their Conkers maps, the children go in search of letters located around our woodland trails. Once all the letters have been found it’s a race to unscramble the letters and find the secret word.
A basic introduction to food-chains, this sensory interactive session encourages the children to discover who eats who? The children are guided by our Ranger through the woodlands to seek out the many creatures living in our habitats. Is it a Predator or is it Prey? The session ends with the children making a mud creature using mud and woodland materials. Old clothes recommended!
Starting with the enchanting story of ‘Jeremy’s Grand Adventure’, the children will learn about trees and what can be made from them. Jeremy then takes the children on a guided tour through the woodlands encouraging the children to identify the trees from the story and to also spot the bear pictures hidden along the way!
Using their five senses, the children are encouraged to discover the various colours, textures and sounds of nature. Led by our Ranger, the children will take an interactive woodland walk in search of wildlife and to collect woodland materials along the way to create a natural collage back in the Conkers Education Room.
During an interactive woodland walk the children are taught about the dispersal and life of seeds. The children are encouraged to find and identify different seeds and discuss how they might be dispersed. Seeds collected during the woodland walk are then used to decorate a kite representing wind dispersal back in our Conkers Education Room.
Discover the fun side of maths in this interactive session packed with practical challenges.
A multi-sensory barefoot walk through 200 years of Conkers history, incorporating days of Victorian spas, coal mining and the development of the National Forest. Whether undertaken as a Ranger led activity, as part of a group exercise or under your own steam it is just simply fun, fun, fun!
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