Sometimes, for whatever reason, everyone gets stuck indoors. But imaginations still need feeding, arty hands need things to do and energy needs to be burned off. That’s why we’ve put together this collection of activity sheets. They’re great fun for all ages and are an opportunity to be creative and to learn.
And by helping to focus on the natural environment, the activity sheets are also a great way to bring nature’s calming and relaxing influence in to the living room.
We’ll change the activities regularly – so watch this space!
Spring activity sheets
Use the clues to fill in the grid and discover the hidden word...
Did you know summer is breeding time for roe deer? This is also known as ‘the rut’. Male deer, or bucks, fight each other using their antlers to try and win the attention of a female, (called a doe).
What-to-spot: The Garden Edition
Step outside and see how many of the items from our spotting list you can find.
Can you finish off these wildflowers by drawing on their petals? Or you could use pieces of coloured paper to create a collage!
Summer activity sheets
The mole can’t remember how to get to its store of worms – can you help it find a way through the tunnels?
Fold and play this fun summer-themed chatterbox game!
These caterpillars are filling up on leaves before they turn into chrysalises. Can you count how many there are on each leaf?
Follow the number guide and bring some colour to this playful blue tit.
Make your own bunch of cheerful paper daisies – or use your blooms to decorate cards and gifts!
Practice your symmetry drawing skills to complete the missing halves of these beautiful butterflies.
Wee Scots craiturs
How many Scots names do you know for woodland craiturs (creatures)? Use the word bank to help you fill in the spaces then colour in aw the braw wee beasties!