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Use pressed flowers, petals and leaves to make these colourful sun catchers - perfect for hanging in the garden, from a balcony or in the window.
Set children a challenge to find petals or leaves that match the colours of the rainbow. A great game to try out in the garden or out on a walk.
If you've got the space in your garden, this activity by The Skinny Jean Gardener will help you make a cosy hideaway for our friendly garden visitors.
How to build
Have a little game of flower bingo! Get this spotter guide up on your phone or tablet next time you go out for a walk (or print a copy) and see how many of these summer flowers you can spot.
Writing plant-based poetry is a great way to observe and understand nature. RHS Young Ambassador, George, has written a poem about wild flowers, using his garden as inspiration.