Ordnance Survey’s Get Outside campaign provides experiments for how to make a Jar Compass, navigate outside, make pressed flowers, your own footprint, and a rainbow!
Why not improve your map reading skills or help young people develop a love of maps? Understanding how a flat piece of paper can show the real world helps improve spatial awareness in children, and is a critical life skill for adults. Have a look at these great
This blog post by Mark Seaborne covers the latest Scotland’s Urban Past project with Dunfermline Young Archaeologists' Club to recreate Dunfermline's oldest domestic house in Minecraft.
This fantastic Loose Parts Play Toolkit has been launched by Inspiring Scotland, Scottish Play Strategy and the Scottish Government - an essential resource for all those who support young children, including parents and carers. Follow the link to download the PDF.
Falling leaves, warm forest colours and fresh seasonal produce mean there is something for everyone to enjoy during autumn. If you don’t mind getting your hands dirty, you can get crafty or cook up a feast from nature’s own larder, with ideas shared by Forestry Commision Scotland.