Nature Easter Activities


We’ve partnered with leading nature, environment and mental health organisations to launch a #VitaminN campaign to help families connect with nature and boost their mental health during lockdown.

With the Easter bank holiday weekend on the horizon, and people longing to be outdoors in the fresh air, there are lots of fun ways to connect with nature from the comfort of your own home, even if it’s through a window.

Here are our top creative activities to try that you can complete in your garden or during your daily walk with your family.

1. Create an egg hunt with a difference, by simply decorating an egg carton with some nature finds for your little ones to hunt down in your garden or on your daily walk in nature. We suggested using some items such as dandelions, smooth pepples pebbles, daisies and pine cones but you could include wiggly worms too!

2. Create art from nature finds. With a little imagination using flowers, leaves or sticks found on your daily walk or from your garden - you can create some really stunning peices pieces of art. Hopefully this will keep any little one’s busy this Easter weekend.

To get your daily dose of nature delivered to your news feed, follow #VitaminN today.   

You’ll also find lots of activities from organisations like The RSPBThe Wildlife TrustsNational TrustThe Wilderness FoundationNature Friendly Farming NetworkThe Climate Coalition and Mental Health Collective

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