Sticky nature cards are a really fun activity to take with you when you are out exploring nature. You can make them as simple or complicated as you like. Today we decided to do a #30DaysWild board, to celebrate the start of the Wildlife Trusts campaign, but they are equally effective in a simpler form as shown in our original Sticky Nature Cards post.
Each season and habitat will give you a very different board, so it’s a great way to record the changing seasons and colours. There is also no reason why you couldn’t adapt this activity to include different objects. It is such a great way to get kids to engage with wild spaces, and it really helps them look closely at what is growing around them.
And think it was a fabulous way to start our #30DaysWild!
For more nature craft inspiration that is perfect to get the whole family outside, check out our learn how to read signs on a trail, investigating the age of an old oak tree and 3 great craft projects you can make out of leaves.