REVIEW: Poppy Cat – Mystery Trail Activity Pack

The UK’s leading woodland conservation charity, the Woodland Trust, is partnering with the popular Nick Jr. series, Poppy Cat, to launch an outdoor campaign for pre-schoolers with and ‘adventure’ platform for its VisitWoods website for one month from 19th April 2013.


We were lucky enough to be sent a copy of the Mystery Trail Activity Book along with a selection of Poppy Cat goodies.

The activity book contains:
Mystery Trail Adventure
Give a tree a hug
Colours Bingo
Colour in Egbert
Owl’s Adventure Scrapbook
Round and Around
Bug Hotel

Simone Ashley-Norman, Woodland Trust, says:

“You are never too young to visit a wood and our partnership with Poppy Cat will enable families across the country to get outdoors this spring and make the most of our beautiful native woodlands.  VisitWoods.org.uk makes finding and visiting wood as straightforward as possible, for all ages and abilities, so there’s no excuse to stay indoors!”


Roo’s school is part of the forest school scheme and each half term a different class is selected to take part in activities in their local parkland and forest.  This term it is Roo’s class whom will be undertaking these activities and I have shared this pack with her teachers and I hope it will give them some more fun ideas of what they can do with the children.

Can you think of a better way to encourage children to learn, understand and enjoy the beautiful country we live in?
I can’t.

Boo xxx
Disclosure Policy: We received a printed copy of the Mystery Trail Activity Book and Poppy Cat goody bag FOC for the purpose of review. 
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