Your back garden might not seem that wild but it's a great place to pitch a tent and tick another activity off your list. Before you bed down for the night keep an eye out for bats and owls.
No.4 build a den
Choose a flat, dry spot and start building your den. You can make it out of any materials, but branches, twigs and leaves are a good place to start. Then you'll just need a keep out sign for when you're done!
No.16 make a daisy chain
Find some daisies and start making a chain, it's as simple as that! Top tip: daisies with long thick chains are easier to make holes in and make a stronger chain.
No.17 set up a snail race
You'll have to find some snails for this, then just mark out a short track in chalk - don't make it too long though, snails move super slowly. Your racing snails will be happier if the track is somewhere shady, as they don't like being out in the sun! It's best to pop them back where you found them after their race, and wash your own hands too.
No.25 make a grass trumpet
A blade of grass makes an amazing noise when you know what to do with it. You could even start your own grass band with your friends.
No.27 go star gazing
On a clear night you can make a wish on a shooting star, or spot a planet from your garden. The night sky is full of spectacular sights whatever time of year it is. You'll need warm clothes and some patience though.
No.30 hold a scary beast
Are you brave enough to hold a scary (mini) beast? Perhaps a spider, worm, woodlice or a beetle? If you are, then you'll have ticked off another challenge off your list. Remember that you're a giant compared to the creature, so be gentle, and put it back in its home once you've held it!
No.31 hunt for bugs
Your garden is a great place to look for all sorts of bugs - try searching under rocks and stones, or bits of wood, in the soil or the grass. Lots of bugs have homes outside so you're bound to find something.
No.36 make a home for a wild animal
All sorts of animals need homes, so why not try making a bug hotel, a house for a hedgehog, a motel for a mouse or even a palace for a fox. Think about the creature you're making a home for - does it need to be warm, light, dry, dark, cold, or wet?
No.44 go bird watching
If you can find somewhere quiet to sit, watch and wait for birds then you'll be spotting them before you know it. Make sure you don't frighten them off, birds get spooked pretty easily.
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