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Age 04-07

West Midlands
United Kingdom
RSPB Rye Meads Nature reserve
Stanstead Abbotts
South East
United Kingdom
At the RSPB, we're passionate about getting young people outside and experiencing nature first-hand.
Our Schools on Reserves programme has been designed to bring learning to life
Kirby Hall
East Midlands
United Kingdom
Cambridge Museums and Collections
East of England
United Kingdom
The University Museums and Collections are all within short walking distance of the City Centre. Explore more than five million works of art, artefacts and specimens in one square mile of Cambridge.
Farnborough Hall
South East
United Kingdom
Chatsworth House
East Midlands
United Kingdom
Mellerstain House
United Kingdom
Prim Ed
Prim Ed
Prim-Ed Publishing is an educational publishing company of teacher resources, particularly workbooks in Maths, Spelling and Handwriting.

Aimed at schools but can be used by parents.
Toe by Toe by Keda Cowling and Harry Cowling
Written to help dyslexic children read. Contains daily exercises/drill.

The book is "consumable" in that teacher/parent is to tick off boxes as the child progresses through the exercises.
Natural History Museum
South Kensington
United Kingdom
Vast museum in London, covering various aspects of Natural History, Biology, Geology, Astronomy and Natural Science. There are very galleries and hands-on exhibits throughout the galleries, plus a sensory garden.

Free entry, donations very welcome.