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Wednesday, 6 July 2016


Wild Things Family Forest School is a weekly forest school for children and parents in York.

wild Things is passionate about getting children and parents outdoors to explore, develop their imagination, and be creative. 

Sessions are for children aged 2-5 years and their parents (babies are welcome to accompany their siblings).  Activities include foraging, tracking, climbing trees, learning about nature, messy play, storytelling and singing, using their imagination and den building. The children learn how to move around the outdoors safely and how to take safe risks.  

Wild Things will inspire children and parents – a stick will never just be a stick again… 

Wild Things also helps children and parents to slow down, observe, be aware and reconnect to the outdoors. 

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