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Five Eco-Activities for Kids

March Break is almost here, and it will look very different for most families. While there won't be any exciting trips abroad, there is always so much adventure to be had at home in your neighbourhood.

With that in mind, we assembled five activities for you and your kids to learn more about our incredible planet, explore your neighbourhood or city, and have some fun!

You can download the full free PDF here.

1. Nature Scavenger Hunt

Grab your kids, get geared up for the weather outside, bring this printed page, something hard to write on (ex. a clipboard or piece of cardboard) and writing utensil with you!

2. Community Clean-up

Head to the beach, park, or walk around your neighbourhood and clean-up any litter you find. Bring some bags or buckets and this printout to tally what you find. Once you’re done, sort what you find into the garbage and recycling.

3. DIY Playdough

Combine all dry ingredients in a pot, add in wet ingredients. Mix over medium heat until a ball forms. Remove play dough from pot and let cool slightly. Knead until smooth. Divide and mix in colours or food dye if you are using! Store in air tight containers.

4. Birdseed Feeder

Work together to create a birdseed feeder for your local winged creatures. Cover the toilet paper roll in peanut butter or DIY glue and roll in birdseed. Tie string through the toilet paper roll and hang up outside.

 

We'd love to hear how your adventures went, and if you are interested in more content like this. Share your March Break photos and stories with us on Instagram or by sending us an email.

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