This is a really easy bird cake to make and you can hang these from your bird table or in the branches of your trees, from the top of a fence. The birds love them. For more ideas the RSPB have lots of information on feeding birds.
Important notes: Not suitable for children with nut allergies. Note that bird seed, including peanuts bought for birds, is not suitable for human consumption
This is a fun activity for all the family which you may have not considered before. As we are all at home more through the lockdown this might be an interesting activity to get into. You will be surprised by the variety of birds that visit your garden.
The RSPB hosted the Big Garden Birdwatch 29-31 January. If you missed out you can still enjoy the birds and why not create your own Garden Birdwatch? Count the birds in your garden, your balcony or local park. How many can you see and identify? The RSPB have a wonderful tool on their website to help you to Identify birds RSPB Bird Identifier. Visit the RSPB for more information at www.rspb.org.uk/birdwatch
There's something for everyone with Usborne's Play and Learn at Home.
Lots of creative activities including colouring; creative writing; arts, crafts and making things; nature and wildlife activities. As well as learning activities including English spelling and grammar; Maths practice; Early Learning and Science activities
Some cocktail sticks
Simply connect a Marshmallow to the end of your cocktail stick and see what you can create!