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BSS Forest School - Wild Wellbeing

Welcome to Wild Wellbeing where we hope to share with you ways we can bring the benefits of nature to you in your school, home, garden or daily exercise!  Here are some crafts, games and experiences to get you started, which we will add to regularly as well as a selection of videos below.

 

We hope to make these resources as accessible as possible.  As such, we are constantly evolving our practice to be diverse and inclusive.  This is a developing area of work for our team so please be patient while we update the site so that we can bring Wild Wellbeing to as many people as possible.

*This week's Featured Experience* - Craft a Mayan God's Eye!

Previous Wild Wellbeing Videos

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Video 1: Land art you can do at home using your daily exercise or garden to forage for materials. Use this video as a jumping off point for your own great ideas! You can always Tweet us @BSSForestSchool if you want to show off what you've made! We'll add them to our Gallery below.

Video 2: Den Building

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Video 2: Easy Den Building Ideas - Small and Large - for Indoors or Outdoors

Wild Wellbeing Video 3: Bug hunting!

Here are a few tips to get you started with bug hunting. We've added 2 simple keys you can download to help you identify what you've found.

Wild Wellbeing - Video 4: Dreamcatchers

This week Kelly is showing you how to make a simple Dreamcatcher from things you find on your daily exercise, in your garden and around the house.

Video 5: Wild Wellbeing: Potions!

On today's Wild Wellbeing video, Kelly will give you tips to create your own pongy potions! What magical powers can you conjure up using the flowers and herbs?

Wild Wellbeing Video 6: Tree ID + Field Notes

Learn how to identify a tree you have found and how to create simple field notes so you won't ever forget it!

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