Pukka Herbs is a known throughout UK homes as one of the biggest organic tea brands out there. Teaming up with the Natural History Museum, it now also has a name as household fun bringer; having launched their virtual festival ‘Tune in to Nature’ this week.
Running until Sunday 9th August, the event promises to inspire and educate all ages on plants and pollinators, inviting attendees to tune in and embrace the nature that is on their doorstep. Full to the brim of free digital activities, the festival is being broadcasted on the Natural History Museum website.
There is a huge list of activities, highlights include:
· Plant club – a series of downloadable resources to help identify local plants and report sightings as a citizen scientist. The activities will encourage families to look for different plant species and learn about the life cycle of plants.
· Pukka Herbs ‘how to’ series – focusing on three pollinator-friendly herbs used in Pukka Herbs organic teas – mint, lavender and chamomile – these expert-led videos will give families the chance to get creative with a variety of makes and bakes.
· Noisy Nature – a fun activity to encourage families to use their sense of hearing to connect with local wildlife and take a moment to enjoy and relax in nature.
· Live Natural History quiz – join in with a live YouTube quiz on Friday 31st July and test your knowledge of natural history.
Dates and times: 27 July – 9 August
Written by Jordan Crowley