Youth Statement challenge During the conference the young people involved in COY16 create a statement of their demands and recommendations. The statement will have input from young people all over the globe from different nationalities and backgrounds. Youth organisations have been encouraged to get involved and create their own pledges. Here at Woodcraft we… Read More »Create a Youth Statement
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It’s good to fidget! Here is a fun activity to make your own fidget spinner out of recycled materials. Also, if you want an alternative you can also make a squeeze ball. Fidgeting is something we all do and is not a way of being disruptive but a way for individuals to release excess… Read More »Fidget Toys
Brighten Your day Instructions Make a bouquet of flowers out of recycled materials to brighten a room and lift your mood. This activity is focused on creating a life lasting bouquet of flower you can display in your house or give to a friend to brighten up a mood. Things you will need: recycled materials hot… Read More »Bouquet of Rubbish
Design your own co-operative business
Express yourself! Make a doll chain of people as a way of reminding yourself that we are all different, and these differences make us who we are and we should embrace them!
Turn a t-shirt to a tote bag! Get creative and design, decorate, upcycle and create your tote bag! You could keep it or gift to a friend!
Can you follow the steps to make a Chatterbox to help spread positivity, kindness and friendship to those you know and meet?
Create a treasure hunt and get thinking about the UN convention of the rights of the child
Explore where decisions are made that affect our everyday lives, our homes, schools, groups and wider society.
Learn the signs for laying a trail and then set one up for others to follow
Wouldn't it be great if we could help others identify what they are seeing on their daily walk? Spring Identification makes your walks, scoots and cycles more exciting and helps us learn and teach others about the nature we have around us.
Get thinking about how people of different genders are treated by the people around them by exploring a realisation moment