The start of autumn always make us think of trees ablaze with warming colours, the search for conkers and berries, and the sound of squirrels and mice collecting foods for their winter larders. Print off the 'signs of autumn' spotters sheet to take with you on your outings. When you spot one, cross it off and mark the date. See how long it takes for you to complete the whole chart. Why not... keep your chart each year to look back and compare the dates for finds!
This activity is great for your wellbeing because:
1.Get Active- Keep healthy by heading outdoors and looking for signs.
2.Think Community- Alongside looking consider planting trees & seeds for next year.
3.Be Mindful- Take a few minutes to notice the changes in nature since summer.
4. Practise Kindness- If you spot an over wintering insect, roll that leaf or log back over and let them sleep, it might be their home.
5. Keep Learning- Note down things you dont know the names of and look them up.