Educational activities to enjoy from home
During these difficult times, we need more than ever to find ways to connect with each other and inspire hope for the future.
We are all adjusting to an ever-evolving situation. Whether you are a teacher looking for inspiring and enriching content for your students to access and use independently from home, or a parent seeking ways to make the most of time at home with your children, we want to help. The natural world is a constant source of learning, wonder, and inspiration, and tuning into nature is proven to help us deal with stressful situations and find inner calm. For many of us, that’s just what we need right now!
NEW - Live learning
We’re hosting a programme of free live online learning experiences led by WWF experts for families and individuals to join. You can take part in the following upcoming events by visiting our YouTube channel on the day and time listed below. You can also find out more about our experts, and post questions to them using #LearnToLoveNature.
Past live learning events
- 'Giving nature a voice' with Mark - Join Mark Wright, our Director of Science, as he reflects on the state of the planet and his own passion for nature that has driven him to devote his life to conservation.
- Make a bug hotel with Lizzie - create a wonderful bug hotel for your garden using recycled materials.
- Take a garden safari with Matt - Join Matt as he journeys around his garden and shares tips on how we can connect with nature in our own outdoor spaces, highlighting that wildlife is all around us if we take a closer look.
- Lantern making activity with Lizzie - Follow Lizzie's demonstration of how to make a lantern using recycled materials (for ages 4-11 yrs old).