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SERVICES UNDER THE SCOPE

"DO"

ROUTES

"Do" routes are excellent way to impart education to children. this is primarily due to their active nature combine with bite-sized chunks of information. 

We enjoy developing do routes, often simply with posts and engaging panels, but we also like to incorporate additional gaming elements and/or a digital connection.

Project in the picture:

De Fietsallée

For: Tourism the Baronie

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THIS IS HOW WE DO IT

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LESS = MORE

In a world where entertainment is often just a click away and children spend more time indoors, it's important to offer outdoor activities as well. Peerdrops' "do" routes prove that it doesn't always have to be grand or expensive to provide children with fun and educational experiences.

LEARNING BY DOING

Despite our trails often being as simple as a panel on a post, we still apply our Peerdrops touch. With a blend of surprise, humor, enthusiasm, and an eye for design, we create routes where children actively engage and, with great enjoyment, genuinely learn something.

WE WANT MORE!

The foundation of a trail typically consists of a certain number of posts with panels containing questions and tasks. However, we can certainly offer more. Commonly requested

'add-ons' include starting points with information boards, photo opportunities, additional objects along the trail, and premium route options with filled backpacks, route booklets, buttons, stickers, etc.

EXAMPLES

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BOSDIERENPAD
Staatsbosbeheer

The Forest Animal Trail is an activity route that begins at the 't Leesten information center. Along the route, there are posts with questions and tasks about the animals living in the area. For a small fee, a backpack containing an animal mask, activity booklet, and treats can be picked up for even more information and fun.

View the entire project here!

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HET WAAROMMETJE
Zuid-Hollands Landschap

"Why" is a frequently asked question by children, satisfying their natural curiosity. For the South Holland landscape, we've centered this question in the activity trail "Het Waarommetje" ("the why-way").

 

Through poles and game panels, animals explain to children why it's crucial to take care of nature.

This project will be online soon!

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DE DUINCAMPUS
Dunea

At the Dune campus, Professor Roe, Frog, and Rabbit teach children about water, flora & fauna, and history. Armed with their "lesson" booklet, children explore the dunes, chasing after the coveted Duindiploma.

With a medal sticker and photo opportunity, they celebrate their achievement at the end.

View the entire project here!

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WE DEVELOPED "DO" ROUTES
FOR, AMONG OTHERS:

• Staatsbosbeheer • Nieuw Land National Park • Code Groen Educatie • 

Foundation Almere City & Nature • Zuid-Hollands Landschap

• Tourism the Baronie • Dunea • Avifauna •

GET IN TOUCH FOR MORE (ACTIVE ;)INFORMATION

Together, we can make education a bit more engaging, because

your assignment + our expertise = enjoyable, enlightening routes without any gnomes 🤓

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