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What's in the box? It feels....Oooooo, slimy.

Can you think of slimy things on the beach?

The SandyHanders had some brilliant ideas: seaweed, snails and jelly fish, all great slimy ideas.


Did you know you can get land snails and sea snails? If you have a garden, look around the plants and you will probably find some snails. Garden snails love damp places. They eat leaves. Garden snails leave a slimy trail as they move. The SandyHanders made lovely damp beds for their garden snails.

'Sea snails' are called Periwinkles. Periwinkles live on rocks and eat algae using their rough tongues. They don't like dry places, so clumped together in rockpools at low tide.


The SandyHanders made sandy, wet beds for their periwinkles. Periwinkles leave trails in the sand as they move, can you see in the picture below?

The SandyHanders followed a slimy seaweed trail and you'll never guess what they found at the end of the trail...


Golden snails! Wow!



Don't forget, you can book onto our SandyHands holiday sessions:


Tuesdays 9.30-10.30: 20th July, 27th July, August 17th, August 24th.



We'll also running Sea shore tales – How the SandyHanders rescued the octopus on Tuesdays 2-3pm: July 20th and August 17th


Construction time!

• 3 corks

• some elastic bands

• a stick

• some scraps of card


What can you build?


The CoppetKids made boats and rafts with amazing sails.


The CoppetKids joined up rock pools by digging channels and then floated their boats and rafts all the way down to the sea.



Everything was going swimmingly until a pesky seagull thought the boats looked like tasty treats and flew off with one!


Great session CoppetKids. Look forward to seeing you all on Thursday!




Don't forget, you can book onto our CoppetKids holiday sessions:


Tuesdays 5-6pm: 20th July, 27th July, August 17th, August 24th.




We'll also be running rock pooling adventures on Tuesdays 2-3pm: July 27th and August 24th

(Minimum age 5 years. Children must be accompanied by an adult 18yrs and over)



Out Now!


The. TSandyHanders had some brilliant id sea snails? If you have a garden, look around the plants and you will probably find some snails. Garden snails love damp places. Tg leaves. Garden snails leave a slimy trail as they move. The SandyHanders made lovely damp beds for their garden snails.hse.

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Join the SandyHanders on the beach as they discover what amazing creatures octopuses are. Did you know they can change colour? Or make themselves lumpy or spiky? Make your own octopot octopus with the SandyHanders and learn more incredible octofacts!


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