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How to use your materials
We know that life has thrown a bit of a curveball and so 30 Days Wild in schools or youth groups will be a little different this year. But, there's still plenty of opportunity for lots of fun - and a bit of environmental education too! We've got some top tips here to help: 

  • If your school has remained open, you can print off the materials and use with your students in person!
  • If you're providing digital resources to your class from home, you can share a version of the wallchart and progress chart with each of your students. The activity plans are designed to be able to be shared digitally, too! 
  • Look out for our 30 Days Wild emails over the coming weeks: we'll be sharing more Random Acts of Wildness ideas, lesson plans and other activities great for kids of all ages - you could set your kids a weekly target in the run-up, warming them up for the daily challenge! 

Tune into Wildlife Wednesdays!

Every Wednesday at 10am we've some fantastic, brand-new video content suitable for children, families and educators on our Wildlife Watch YouTube Channel! From activities to do, to cool wildlife facts - there's plenty to keep young minds (and older too) busy. Take a look!

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