Nature Tots

Nature Tots

Nature Tots is EXCITING, FUN and MUDDY! We engage children in hands-on outdoor activities themed around wildlife, inspiring a lifelong love of nature and play.

In 2019 we are running Nature Tots at 3 new locations!

  • Tuesdays - Woodgate Valley Country Park, Bartley Green
  • Wednesdays and Fridays - MAC, Cannon Hill Park
  • Fridays - Centre of the Earth, Winson Green

.  Growing up with fun experiences in local wild spaces can help inspire a love of nature that lasts a lifetime.  Nature Tots also encourages independent learning and team working - helping to boost communication skills, problem solving, physical development and creativity.

This is child-lead learning and the role of the accompanying adult is to assist the Tots in doing as much of the activities themselves as possible.  We go outside come rain or shine, so always dress for the weather and be prepared to get wet and muddy!

For more information on dates and times, please scroll down below.

Cannon Hill Park: Our full 12 week Nature Tots program!

Experienced outdoor enthusiasts? Sign up to our full 12 week program at this incredible site! Running both Wednesday and Friday mornings from 10:00am - 11:30am

Sessions include:

Wild obstacle course

Pond dipping

Sensory trails

Discovering minibeasts

Mud bake off

Birdsong & wild music

Gruffalo hunt

Nature collages

Woodland Fairies and  trolls

Hape Zome - wild colours

River Rea Odyssey

Meadow magic

Click to book! This will take you to the mac Birmingham site 

Woodgate Valley and Centre of the Earth

Fancy coming along to the occasional session? Want to see what Nature Tots is all about? Our sessions at these two sites run on a donations basis and are booked on a individual, first come first served basis. We highly advise booking onto these ASAP as places will fill up fast and we cannot guarantee you a spot. 

Click for our What's On page and booking links!


Wild About Gardens, Ponds for all booklet

Sign up to our E-Bulletin this Spring and download your FREE Wild About Gardens, Big or Small, Ponds for ALL Guide, in conjunction with The Royal Horticulture Society and the Wildlife Trusts!