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With physical distancing keeping families at home, family time is more important than ever!

The BC Wildlife Federation is here to help families of member and non-members alike to navigate these times. Here you will find  resources  and activities that you can give your kids to do on their own or do together as a family.

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Ask your family to write or draw what you think

Be sure to SHARE what you come up with by sharing it on social media and hashtagging #BCWF and tagging us @bcwildlifefederation


Kermode Bear

Kermode bears, also known as spirit bears, are a type of American Black Bear with recessive genes that make its fur a light cream color. They are found in British Columbia’s north and central coasts, and are only found in BC! The animal feeds on salmon, berries, fruit, insects, fawns, and other things that can be found in its forested BC habitat. They are extremely rare, with only about 400 of the bears remaining in the wild.


Nature Tic Tac Toe

Gather natural objects and make a fun tic tac toe game!

What you need:

  • 10 rocks
  • Paint, markers, or other decoration supplies
  • A pen, marker, or chalk
  • A piece of cardstock or cardboard

How To:

  1. Find 10 rocks in nature to be your Tic Tac Toe game pieces. 
  2. Decorate 5 of the rocks in identical ways. They can be all the same color, or the same pattern. 
  3. Decorate the remaining 5 rocks in a different color or pattern. 
  4. Draw a Tic Tac Toe board on the sidewalk with chalk, or on your cardstock or cardboard with your pen or marker.
  5.  Play Tic Tac Toe with your painted rocks!


Make a Stick Wind Chime

Happy Hooligans

Learn how to make a colorful and easy wind chime with natural objects.

DIY Bouncy Ball

The 36th Avenue

Learn how to use science and materials you have at home to make a DIY bouncy ball.