Challenge 15 – to make a simple winter treat for your garden birds

Your challenge this week: to make a very simple birdfeeder using just pinecones, lard and birdseed, and then watch your garden birds go crazy for the extra food over the winter.  It's a child-friendly project which I know you, your children, and the birds will find hugely rewarding. This challenge encourages the following values: Kindness, Responsibility, … Continue reading Challenge 15 – to make a simple winter treat for your garden birds

Challenge 13 – to turn a forage into a feast

Your challenge this week: to turn a forage into a feast, from hedgerow to jar.  This challenge will give your children an insight into how a day out picking blackberries can, in a few short hours provide us something tasty to put on a crumpet! This challenge encourages the following values: Courage, Responsibility, Gratitude, Generosity, … Continue reading Challenge 13 – to turn a forage into a feast

Challenge 10 – to catch a sunrise or a sunset

Your challenge this week:  Set your alarm clock or stay up late and catch a sunrise or a sunset with your family or a friend. This challenge encourages the following values: Gratitude, Resourcefulness, Optimism, Patience, Commitment, Serenity. What you need to complete your challenge this week: Keep a close eye on the weather forecast. Plan where … Continue reading Challenge 10 – to catch a sunrise or a sunset

Challenge 5 – to go for a walk and absorb the Spring season in every way you can

Your challenge this week: To go for a walk and absorb the new season in every way you can. This challenge encourages the following values: Responsibility, Gratitude, Resourcefulness, Compassion, Optimism, Patience, Serenity. What you need to complete your challenge this week: To find a suitable place where you can immerse yourself in nature A map … Continue reading Challenge 5 – to go for a walk and absorb the Spring season in every way you can