Join us at Nature Tots for playgroup gone wild
Spring is on the way, and so are our 2019 Nature Tots courses, starting just in time to get pre-schoolers outside for some wild fun as the weather’s set to get warmer.
Now there are two new opportunities to join us for a wild time. Firstly, Nature Tots will be running in the spectacular surroundings of Denstead Wood in Canterbury on Friday mornings between 10am and 12pm, from 14th June until 12th July.
Secondly we’re running a second Friday morning course at our Sevenoaks Reserve from Friday 26th April.
You can book below, and to be one of the first to find out about all other future Nature Tots plans, please sign up to our mailing list.
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Nature Tots is Forest School tailored specifically for little ones, and can inspire a love of nature that lasts a lifetime. It’s run by Forest School leaders and is a wonderful opportunity for children to explore, discover and learn from nature. With a variety of investigation, construction, art and craft activities on offer, children gain a sense of achievement, leading their own learning as much as possible, with help from accompanying adults.
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Nature Tots is den-building, stick-whittling, fire-making, marshmallow-toasting time outside, whatever the weather. It’s designed to make Forest School activities accessible to very young children. Forest School activities are proven to improve self-esteem, confidence and resilience and to develop key skills for independent learning.
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