Free worksheets for kids

We’re offering free downloadable and printable activity sheets. These free worksheets for kids are specially designed to be used with packs of our wildflower playing cards. They offer way to further engage you and your children with the natural world. Take a closer look at the wildlife that surrounds you and learn interesting facts. Make learning fun and develop skills in Maths, English and Science. The worksheets are clearly laid-out with background info, step-by-step instructions, illustrations and review questions.

Printable worksheets

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These free workshops are designed for you to get more from the world around us by exploration. Check out our online shop for more ways to develop your knowledge about our wildflowers.

What is outdoor learning?

Info taken from The Institute for Outdoor Learning website for which we are Professional members

Outdoor Learning is a broad term that includes discovery, experimentation and learning about the natural world.  This is done through making connections and engaging in environmental and adventure activities. It involves the transformation of knowledge, skills, attitudes and behaviours. Done through direct engagement for the personal and social benefit of individuals, families, society and the planet. Outdoor Learning is more than adventure sports or simply taking what could happen indoors outside. It can be found in a wide range of environments and situations. These include personal adventures, outdoor recreation and informal education. The settings can be non-formal such as in clubs or formal settings such as those found in schools.

Benefits of Outdoor Learning.

Research shows that people benefit from outdoor learning in all areas of life. Outdoor Learning provides a highly effective way of addressing some of society’s key challenges:

  • Global level: fostering a connection that leads to respect and care for the natural world, an appreciation of biodiversity and sustainability, and pro-environmental behaviours.
  • Societal level: developing a sense of place leading to greater engagement with the community and an appreciation of the opportunities available to live, learn and work in the local area.
  • Interpersonal level: providing a safe and supportive setting to enhance social skills, appreciate and value difference. Encouraging loving and meaningful relationships across generations that foster tolerance, respect and kindness.
  • Intrapersonal level: engagement with nature and the environment for health, wellbeing and nature connection, leading to lifelong participation and outdoor competence. Developing character, resilience, positive risk taking.

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