© 2015 Let's Go Outside, The Outpack. Imaginative outdoor games and projects for kids. Activity book for children aged 3-7 years.

Written and illustrated by Steph Scott and Kate Akers. Published by Batsford. Website by NewBold Horizons.

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Find us at Fforest Gather 2018 Week 2 from July 30th

We are really excited to be joining the fantastic folk at Fforest Gather during the second week from July 30th. We look forward to using nature to make our very own Fairy Fforest Gather, enchanted wings, games stuff, dancing dragonflies and pirate stuff!

Fun at @TelfordKidsFest February 2018

Our friends at @caribob who make carry straps for little wheels invited us to join them at Telford Kids Fest. Lots of rewilding fun was had, something of a challenge inside!  Lots of children enjoyed racing around on scooters courtesy of Caribob and we made about 200 pinecone birds. Great to meet the team from @Rampedcic doing a great job of introducing children to the joys of scootering, skateboarding and rollerblading through community projects.

My Kent Family Review September 2017

Great review of our new book Rainy Day Kids Adventure Book in My Kent Family.

Junior Magazine Book Review

9 ways for children to have fun in the rain wind and snow.

The Irish News Book Review

A review from our latest book. Includes some makes from the book.

The Wildlife Trusts 30 Days Wild Challenge June 2016

We have signed up for The Wildlife Trusts 30 Days Wild challenge. We are Making room for nature this June – no matter where we are or what the weather is doing! 

 

Our 30 Days Wild

What a lot of fun we had........even in the rain!

Stick Man Fun at Shrewsbury Bookfest May 2016

Phew, what a busy weekend The Out Pack tribe had. We spent a frantically fun Saturday taking part in Shrewsbury Bookfest.

Bookfest is a wonderful community organisation which Inspires, enthuses and entertains children through literature and the arts developing a life long love of books. The theme for the free activities this year was the books of Julia Donaldson. 

 

What to make? For Steph and I it could only be The Stick Man. Often chosen as a wonderful starting point for Forest School fun. So on a wet Saturday we found ourselves making 99 stick men, 70 stick lady loves, 3 stick children, 1 Luke Skywalker and a stick mayor. The mayor was genuinely proud of his stick man which included a chain of office...Shrewsbury Mayor Miles Kenny and the Mayoress Aurona Kenny

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