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Food, farming, forestry and wildlife activities

The Englefield Estate has produced a series of downloadable activity sheets covering topics including arable farming, bird watching, wildlife and plants, to provide a fascinating and entertaining resource for parents and guardians home-schooling their children.
Produced by Englefield Estate’s Community and Education Officer Dr Liz Mattison, the activity sheets are designed to help children discover the natural world from their own homes and gardens. Liz said: “With many parents and guardians now teaching their children at home, we wanted to do what we could to help at this tough time."

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