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Inspiring a World of Adventure in Your Home

From birth humans instinctively want to explore. This summer we saw that restrictions put many our our outdoor adventures on hold which made us create our Junior Explorer’s Club, an inclusive and fun space where little adventurers can still explore and have fun within the safety of the home and garden.

Dr William Bird states that ‘children who do not connect with nature before the age of 12 are less likely as adults to connect with nature’[1]. Although now more than ever it is important that we stay at home, we’re here to help kids’ all across the UK to stay connected with nature. We’ve crated lots of activities, worksheets, inspiration and resources to make connecting with the natural wold fun and educational. We’re here to help you inspire a world of adventure from your own back garden.

Download our handy PDF Junior Explorer activity booklet below. It’s packed full of word searches, scavenger hunts and iSpy worksheets to help promote learning, mindfulness and most importantly, FUN!

Click Here to Download

Stay safe and share your Junior Explorer’s adventures with use. Simply tag @milletsonline and use #juniorexplorersclub for a change to be featured.

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[1] Natural Childhood Report, National Trust

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