At Greenfield Collection, we know you love the great outdoors, so here are some suggestions to get out there and make half term fun.
A spooky walk in the woods.
Fresh air and exercise is a great way to tire out busy little bodies, however, convincing your kids that a walk is fun is often far from easy. The Woodland trust has some great ideas for how to make a walk in the woods a Halloween adventure - check out their blog Nature-themed Halloween crafts and activities for kids. We particularly love the scavenger hunt! Why not pack a picnic in one of our back packs and make a day of it?
Biscuiteers has a tasty selection of biscuity treats. If you’re looking for an activity to keep little hands busy, they have a DIY Skull biscuit decorating set that will do the job whilst providing a tasty treat for your spooky walk!
Pick your own
Seeing fruit and veg in a supermarket isn’t that inspiring for growing minds, but there’s something so exciting about seeing food in nature. Why not search for your local pick your own farm and make Pumpkin picking an exciting afternoon out.
A picnic isn’t complete without a sandwich!
Halloween and all its sugary delights means that ‘normal’ food seems so boring to little ones, and trying to get anything other than sweets into their tummies can prove problematic. By sprucing up the standard sandwich, Eatsamazing have a spooky mummified sandwich recipe that will be too moreish not to munch.
For the mums & dads
We’re loving this Spiced Latte recipe from BBC Good Food– quick and easy to make, it’s perfect to pop in one of our flask packs to give you a little pick me up whilst you’re on your spooky adventures!