We are excited to update you on our free, online Visitor Learning activities during January. Our activities are accessible for all ability levels and provide a unique opportunity to learn about Kew’s rare and endangered plants and scientific work through creative, hands on learning.
- Tai Chi every Monday 4-5pm (LIVE broadcast). Sessions 11 Jan - 1 Feb inclusive:
Join us for weekly calming and health-promoting Tai Chi sessions which combine deep breathing and relaxation with flowing movements.
Contact: email@example.com to sign up
- Knitting Nature: Wednesday 13th January, 11am – 12noon (LIVE broadcast):
Learn about Kew's science and rare plants through a fun and friendly knit and natter group. Repurpose and recycle knitting materials in your own home.
- Plant Poets’ Corner: Tuesday 26th January, 11am – 12:15pm:
Learn about Kew's rare and endangered plants through creative poetry activities and discover new ways to express yourself.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to sign up
- Shared Stories: Tuesday 26th January, 1 – 1:45pm (LIVE broadcast):
Join us to discover your hidden writing talents and uncover the unique stories in our collections.
- Downloadable resources for families:
Explore nature in your local area with our new seasonal activity and spotter sheets for families. Winter resources launching in January.
Download Family Nature Activities.
- Music and Movement online:
Sing along with our fun-filled series of nature-inspired songs and nursery rhymes, performed in Kew Gardens.
Watch nature-inspired songs.