A great way to get children and adults interested in their surroundings is to get them involved in natural art activities. This is sometimes taught as part of Forest School work, and is becoming ever more popular. Snakes lend themselves wonderfully to this as they are easy to create for all ages! If you are based near the woods, try clay tree adders. Near a sandy beach? Have a sand adder contest or get the whole group involved to create a giant adder sculpture! Or create an adder pattern out of plants and stones you find in whatever your surroundings – the possibilities are endless, so just look for what you can find, and get creating!