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Here are 15 things to do outside this Autumn with the kids. There is plenty to do outside to keep the kids busy, playing and discovering. Here are some ideas which you might like to try.
15 things to do outside this Autumn
- Do a walking trail. There are several permanent family friendly walking trails in Berkshire, click here to find out where they are. Why not have a go at a *Treasure Map Trails in Windsor, Eton, Maidenhead or Marlow. Click here to view where there are trails taking place during October half term.
- Go Star Gazing. Wait until its dark at night, go out and look up at the sky. Why not wrap up under a warm blanket and watch the stars. Can you see the space station or spot a shooting star? Why not see if you can identify any constellations in the night sky?
- Go Geocaching. Geocaching is ‘the world’s largest treasure hunt’ and is a free activity; outdoors, lots of fun and an activity for the whole family.
- Jump in Muddy Puddles. On a rainy day, go prepared and jump in muddy puddles. Yes, it maybe a bit wet and muddy but the kids will have a plenty of free fun and burn off some energy at the same time.
- Feeding the ducks as part of a walk is popular especially if you have younger children all year round and it doesn’t just need to be a summer activity. Click here to discover some great places to feed the ducks in Berkshire.
- Why not sit outside at home and enjoy a hot chocolate and marshmallows in the garden or head out for a walk and treat the family to a hot chocolate during your walk.
- Watch an autumn sunset.
- Run through the fallen Autumn leaves.
- Play in the park – click here to view lots of fantastic parks in Berkshire. Just because it’s no longer summer doesn’t mean that you can’t take the kids to the park. Just make sure they are wrapped up warm.
- Carve or paint a pumpkin – click here to view where you can go to a PYO Pumpkin experience.
- Hunt for bugs.
- Discover a new family friendly walk. Take a look at these tried and tested family walks for inspiration – click here.
- Collect some fallen leaves and make some leaf rubbing pictures.
- Do a leaf colour hunt with the fallen leaves from the trees – there are lots of different coloured leaves to find during autumn.
- Look at birds through binoculars.
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