The Anti-Boredom Book of Brilliant Outdoor Things to Do

Silly Series Book 5

Overview

This book tells you how to make the great outdoors even greater! It’s packed full of exciting things to do including ideas for garden fun, stuff to make, places to go, how to make the most of the beach, games to play and even brilliant suggestions for winter fun. The book has hundreds of ideas to keep you amused both at home and out and about in the countryside, the town, the coast or your local park. There are all kinds of activities to try and things to make or build which you can do on your own or with friends or family. In addition to fab wacky pictures from Scott Garrett there are things to do on a rainy day, fun facts to share and jokes to give you a giggle… 

Finally, at the end of the book is a special section of ACTIVITY CHALLENGES for you to try and to tick off when you have done them. These are at 3 levels: Easy, Harder and Tough. Are you up to the challenge?

 

Reviews

In typically lively style Andy Seed provides youngsters and their families with loads of ideas for things you can do outdoors, whether that’s in the garden, at the beach, in the countryside or town. Some of the activities offer great opportunities to get delightfully mucky, while there are lots of quieter, more specifically educational ones too (like making a bird feeder, or a paper Frisbee). There’s a section of graded activity challenges at the end, which can and will be enjoyed by the whole family and it’s all laid out in a way that makes every suggested activity seem both fun and eminently do-able.

A brilliant book bursting with fun outdoor activities and the illustrations by Scott Garrett are fun too!

This fourth book from Blue Peter Award (and badge) winner, Andy Seed, promises to cure all boredom. Perfect for long weekends and school holidays. Full of brilliant ideas like making a rainbow or having a sponge bomb battle.

If you’re worried about the Siren Song of Boredom this summer or simply want to get your kids away from the X-Box,The Anti-Boredom Outdoors Book is a brilliant resource! I highly recommend the Activity Challenges because they give everyone something to work toward.

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This book tells you how to make the great outdoors even greater! It's packed full of exciting things to do including ideas for garden fun, stuff to make, places to go, how to make the most of the beach, games to play and even brilliant suggestions for winter fun. The book has hundreds of ideas to keep you amused both at home and out and about in the countryside, the town, the coast or your local park. There are all kinds of activities to try and things to make or build which you can do on your own or with friends or family. In addition to fab wacky pictures from Scott Garrett there are things to do on a rainy day, fun facts to share and jokes to give you a giggle... 

Finally, at the end of the book is a special section of ACTIVITY CHALLENGES for you to try and to tick off when you have done them. These are at 3 levels: Easy, Harder and Tough. Are you up to the challenge?

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This book tells you how to make the great outdoors even greater! It's packed full of exciting things to do including ideas for garden fun, stuff to make, places to go, how to make the most of the beach, games to play and even brilliant suggestions for winter fun. The book has hundreds of ideas to keep you amused both at home and out and about in the countryside, the town, the coast or your local park. There are all kinds of activities to try and things to make or build which you can do on your own or with friends or family. In addition to fab wacky pictures from Scott Garrett there are things to do on a rainy day, fun facts to share and jokes to give you a giggle... 

Finally, at the end of the book is a special section of ACTIVITY CHALLENGES for you to try and to tick off when you have done them. These are at 3 levels: Easy, Harder and Tough. Are you up to the challenge?

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