It’s never too early to teach our children about our environment, how to protect our planet, current issues and how to make a positive impact and to tread lightly.
Treehouse Club has joined the WWF campaign to make a small but important difference. We use this opportunity to involve our children and learn about global wildlife conservation. We have adopted a Jaguar and Tiger. The elusive jaguar has been virtually wiped out from most of its northern range. Jaguars now occupy less than half of their historic habitat where as the wild tiger populations have declined by around 95% since the beginning of the 20th century.
We’ll be teaching the children about endangered animals and protecting precious habitats around the world.
Together, we can help connect with nature. Interested in continuing this conversation with your little one at home? Have a look at the WWF website, they offer free educational resources to learn more about our world and develop understanding of the environmental challenges.
Let’s Dig in 2020!
Treehouse Club will join forces with the conservation volunteering charity ‘I Dig Trees’ to help transform green spaces for nature and for people. We will be planting some shrubs and trees in our settings early 2020. Together we hope to improve our community spaces and tackle the ever so important environmental issues that matter.
Find out more here: https://www.tcv.org.uk