30 Days Wild Day 1- Close to Home

 

Happy 1st June! The internet is ablaze with people sharing their Day 1 #30DaysWild adventures. I have loved seeing what everyone has got up to for Day 1. So here is my first update!

At Home- Close to Home

The past few months have been busy and as such I have barely got into the garden. So this afternoon I took the time to potter about and see some of the colour that has recently erupted. I find I rarely take photos of the garden and so I thought it would be an ideal chance to appreciate and remember what we have close to home. And that is the wonderful thing about #30DaysWild, you can explore and be wild as far or as close to home as you want. There is plenty to see in your local area!

At School- It is half term so I used my time in school to get some jobs on my to do list done as well as making a start on our Nature Table. I would love to have this up year round but I just don’t have the room in the classroom I have this year so I have had a bit of a move around and now have some space for the month of June. I will post some pictures when it is finished! I can’t wait for the kids to arrive back on Monday and for us to start our class 30 Days Wild!

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Are you taking part this year? If so please leave me a comment below and let me know what you have got up to! I can’t wait to hear!

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5 thoughts on “30 Days Wild Day 1- Close to Home

  1. Zinzi says:

    Looks like you have lots of lovely flowers in your garden! I think I’m going to spend tomorrow sorting mine out a little. It’s looking more wild than the council appreciate currently haha.

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      • Zinzi says:

        It’ll be a long time before it’s totally sorted, I like it being wild so only do a little bit at a time! If it wasn’t for the council I’d just leave it for the wildlife, but they’re adament that we need to cut things back 😦 Got an excuse to leave it a little longer this year though as there is goldfinches nesting in the main offender – a buddleia in the front garden. Council will just have to deal with it 😉

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