Play

Sliding down the curly slide and having a picnic at Ayr Seafront

 

Talk

Saying “hello" to the donkeys at Dean Castle and Country Park

 

Read

Visiting our local library for free stories, songs and rhymes at a Bookbug Session

 
 

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1Visiting our local library for free stories, songs and rhymes at a Bookbug Session

2Saying ‘hello’ to the donkeys at Dean Castle and Country Park

3Sliding down the curly slide and having a picnic at Ayr Seafront

4Bouncing on the trampolines at Eglinton Country Park

5Feeding the birds at Rozelle Park

6Reading a book at a teddy bear’s picnic at Belleisle Park

7Writing our names in the sand at Saltcoats beach

8Pretending to be a wee tim’rous beastie at the Burns Monument and Gardens

9Spotting Arran and Ailsa Craig from the beach at Troon

10Pretending to be a sailor at the Scottish Maritime Museum

11Looking for wild deer at Lochranza

12Going rock pooling in Whiting Bay

13Looking out to sea at Portencross Castle

14Telling each other stories at the Kay Park

15Playing hide and seek at The Low Green in Ayr

16Writing our names in seaweed at Sannox Beach

17Paddling in the river at Dean Park

18Looking at the flowers at Barrmill Park

19Following signs to the wee pinecone house at Brodick Castle

20Hopping, skipping and jumping like a billygoat across the New Bridge in Ayr

21Singing ‘Five Little Ducks’ to the Rosaburn ducks

22Reading the writing on the engines at the Scottish Railway Centre

23Taking the ferry to the Holy Isle to look for wild ponies

24Watching the boats go around Pladda

25Singing ‘Old MacDonald’ on the big red tractor at the Isle of Arran Heritage Museum, Arran

26Watching the sun set from Turnberry Lighthouse

27Pretending to be a witch at Fingal’s Cauldron Seat

28Taking a treasure map to find the King’s Caves

29Learning about the people that used to live on Arran at the Heritage Museum

30Reaching for the stars at The Scottish Dark Sky Observatory