Here are the 50 things the National Trust thinks you should have done by the age of 12

The 50 activities the National Trust think children should have done by the time they are 11 3/4 are:

Tuesday, 15th January 2019, 8:46 am
Updated Tuesday, 15th January 2019, 9:04 am
A girl making a daisy chain, an activity the National Trust thinks children should do by the age of 12

1. Climb a tree2. Roll down a really big hill3. Camp out in the wild4. Build a den5. Skim a stone6. Run around in the road7. Fly a kite8. Catch a fish with a net9. Eat an apple straight from a tree10. Play conkers

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11. Go on a really long bike ride12. Make a trail with sticks13. Make a mud pie14. Dam a stream15. Play in the snow16. Make a daisy chain17. Set up a snail race18. Create some wild art19. Play pooh sticks20. Jump over waves

21. Pick blackberries growing in the wild22. Explore inside a tree23. Visit a farm24. Go on a walk barefoot25. Make a grass trumpet26. Hunt for fossils and bones27. Go stargazing28. Climb a huge hill29. Explore a cave30. Hold a scary beast

31. Hunt for bugs32. Find some frog spawn33. Catch a falling leaf34. Track wild animals35. Discover what’s in a pond36. Make a home for a wild animal37. Check out the crazy creatures in a rock pool38. Bring up a butterfly39. Catch a crab40. Go on a nature walk at night41. Plant it, grow it, eat it42. Go swimming in the sea43. Build a raft44. Go bird watching45. Find your way with a map and compass46. Try rock climbing47. Cook on a campfire48. Learn to ride a horse49. Find a geocache50. Canoe down a river