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We are uniquely reliant on forests.

In the last 12,000 years, our planet has lost three trillion trees. But forests have an incredible capacity to recover, if we give them the chance. They can regenerate, rebuild and re-wild - if only we can give them the chance.

Below you'll find a series of engaging resources and activities to help you connect with nature and learn more about our planet's forests from home; from creative 'make-it' events, to educational worksheets and a talk from a WWF expert.

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Our Planet Info Sheet: Forests

Our Planet Info Sheet: Forests

Engaging information sheet exploring our planet's forests and jungle habitats with curriculum linked activities for young people aged 6 - 14 years.

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Make your own forest slime!

Make your own forest slime!

Planet loving explorers will love our Amazing Planet activities. Take a sneak peak at our new forest themed craft, where you can make your own eco-friendly slime.

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Make a forest habitat

Make a forest habitat

Make a recycled egg box habitat inspired by Christiane Dorion's book 'Into the Forest'. Hear from Christiane about the habitat that inspired her book and then join Lizzie to create an egg box habitat to display the variety of life found there.

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Go on a garden safari

Go on a garden safari

Join Matt on another garden safari to find woodlice and explore what makes them so fascinating!

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WWF Talks Forests

WWF Talks Forests

Join WWF's Forest Advisor, James Gordon, who talks about the surprising similarities between your local woods and some of our planet's largest forests.

Watch past talk

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