The RSPB has memberships for children and even has magazines geared to three ages. The RSPB Wildlife Explorer includes a great membership pack specific to the child's age, with stickers, posters, a log book with activities, a membership card & a certificate; free entry to 100 RSPB nature reserves; the choice of a wildlife stationery set, a wildlife organiser or the RSPB Pocket Guide to British Birds; the chance to enter competitions and take part in activities, projects & wildlife holidays; and finally a magazine, Wild Times for the under 8s, Bird Life for 8s plus, and Wingbeat for teenagers. This gift is incredible value! You can click here to find out more & join your children today.
Collect used stamps for animal charities
See how many stamps the children can collect for their favourite animal charity. You can also help Save the Albatross by collecitng stamps from your envelopes and sending them in to this campaign. Find out more about this amazing bird and how you can help here. They can get friends, family and neighbours involved. Animal charities really need help currently as more owners are giving their pets up.
Let the kids go wild!
Check out your local Wildlife Trust to find out what events they've got going on for young people, too. Many run courses during the holidays and during half terms. Find out about your local Wildlife Trust by clicking here.
The Woodland Trust has put together Nature Detectives, with 52 Friday challenges, wallcharts & stickers, spring and autumn packs