Bonfire Night is a favourite with everyone at Little Trekkers Go Large. Wrapped up snugly in hats, scarves and gloves, giggling around the bonfire, watching fireworks and getting through jaw aching amounts of Nana Starky’s bonfire toffee. What could be better?
Articles in Category: Back Garden Adventures
Looking for ways to keep your kids entertained and active this summer? Why not hold your own Back Garden Olympics!
Fancy yourself as Sherlock Holmes? Well, grab yourself a magnifying glass and your nature journal and get outside in your garden and the countryside. It’s amazing what’s out there lurking in the ground, on plants, flowers, and under bushes. Leave no stone unturned on your quest to find the goodies and baddies of the bug world. Who is responsible for eating the cabbage leaves? What is that slug up to on the tomato seedlings?
Keeping a journal is great fun. It doesn’t matter how old you are, get the whole family involved. You can get muddy, wet, covered in sand or snow on your quest to find interesting stuff to write about, paint or collect. You can even make hand and feet print pictures…Hmm, OK it looks a bit odd when mum and dad do this, so yeah, leave that to the kids!
Bug hunting is easy it's as simple as go outside and look for bugs! We have compiled a list of top tips that will help make sure you find some interesting little critters to keep your Little Trekkers entertained for hours!
You don’t just have to carve out wide eyes and a spooky grin on your pumpkin this Halloween. How about creating ghoulish pumpkin monsters instead. Mwoaaahhhh!!!!!!!
We need to do all we can to attract birds to our gardens. And of course just like us, birds are always going to be attracted by a good hearty meal and some liquid refreshment.
A sunflower house is a great way to get your children out and about in the garden.
We love a game of conkers at Little Trekkers, Jon and Kylie see themselves as self proclaimed experts! However the tips they have been sharing in the office do leave quite a bit to be desired. Just see for yourselves……
So, you’ve made your bird cake, printed off your bird spotting chart, now it’s time to start twitching!!! Don’t know what twitching is? Well, a twitcher is someone who goes far and wide to find different species of birds to mark off on their bird spotting charts. You can have some fun with your friends and family by having a competition to see who's first to fill in their bird spotting chart. Remember dad, no cheating!