Getting children into nature - with Michael Morpurgo
Writer and former Children’s Laureate Michael Morpurgo reveals why he believes our gardens can fuel children’s creativity, and connect them deeply to nature, in this podcast
Do you wish the children in your life had a better understanding of the natural world? Would you rather they were outside, in the fresh air and at one with nature, rather than addicted to television or a computer screen? Deputy editor Kevin Smith chats to celebrated children’s writer, Michael Morpurgo to discover if our gardens can fuel children’s creativity and play a part in connecting them with nature, in this podcast.
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Find out more
- About Michael Morpurgo
- Farms for City Children
- A Song of Gladness by Michael Morpurgo and illustrator Emily Gravett
- 10 tips for gardening with kids
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