Here are some fun ways to build huts in the forest out of branches.
There are many possibilities - the basic idea is to use big branches for the frame, to which lighter branches are then added.
For the hut's shape, simply ask children to use their imagination!
To make a teepee-hut, you have to drive at least four big branches into the ground then tie them together at the top with rope or wire.
To build an igloo-hut, first you have to build a rough frame, which can then be covered with bundles of heather or ferns.
You can also adapt a hut to a specific location. For example, if there is a fallen tree, it can be used as your hut's girder.
Rocky formations can be perfect for a tunnel-shaped hut. Cover the branches with ferns, which will dry over time.