outdoor play, early years - lovely way to display learning

outdoor play, early years - lovely way to display learning. Would be fun to continue to add pictures of outdoor learning throughout the school year.

Tree Bark Rubbings: Such a simple and interactive outdoor activity for toddlers and preschoolers!

Outdoor Tree Bark Rubbings

how to make tree bark rubbings--for the Girl Scout Cadette Trees badge

"Nature and shadow- what if we take out the paints and paint in the lines….?"…

Shadow play is an extension on light investigations that is encouraged in Reggio Emilia. This shadow of a tree is exploring the natural world

Leaf printing, have done this with stones. Bash leaves with stones against flat surface/paving slab to leave a print

20+ Nature Crafts for Kids

DIY Leaf print for cards: Place a fresh leaf in between a sheet of paper and a paper towel. Tap it with a hammer and it leaves the outline of the leaf.

fun outdoor craft using all sorts of items from nature! good for exploring nature, fine motor, sensory, and for body awareness activity.

Nature People, a fun outdoor activity to collect things of all sorts found in nature! Good for exploring the surrounding you livd in, fine motor skill, sensory, and body awareness.Give your nature a life and create nature people!

MINIBEAST SPOTTING FORM: Great printable sheet with a good selection of common minibeasts for a little hunt. From Sparklebox.

MINIBEAST SPOTTING FORM: Great printable sheet with a good selection of common minibeasts for a little hunt. We could paint these on the Kinder mural and the kids could do hunts for them!

How (and Why) to Build a Teepee-Style Fairy House | manylittleblessings.com #fairyforest

Fun Family Project - How to Build a Teepee-Style Fairy House

ALPHABET STEPPING WOODEN DISCS ≈

A set of large wooden alphabet stepping stones. Makes outdoor literacy easy.

Catching spider webs!

Put real spiderwebs on paper. great way to preserve/ examine a spiderweb - Interesting!I'd have to get close enough to the spider web to actually do this.

Counting and Grouping with Sticks. Playful Maths ... just like forest school

Counting and Grouping with Sticks. Playful Maths

Counting and Grouping (Kindergarten)

Learn with Play at home: Counting and Grouping with Sticks. Playful Maths ? Wikistix

Counting and Grouping with Sticks. Playful Maths

Counting and Grouping (Kindergarten)

Teacher's Pet – Ideas Inspiration for Early Years (EYFS), Key Stage 1 (KS1) and Key Stage 2 (KS2) | Leaf Hedgehogs

hedgehog fall leaf craft - I did this with my son's class and it was a total hit. I'd recommend using leaves that aren't brown yet, as the brown leaves are more brittle and hard for kids it work with.

Muddy Faces Forest School Lessons

Muddy Faces: Forest School Lessons

Read More About Muddy Faces: Forest School Lessons - Bug, Bird And Bee

With summer quickly coming to a close, how about one more outdoor activity to savor the fresh air and sunshine? Try this nature scaveng...

Chit Chat and Small Talk Nature Scavenger Hunt

Every child decorates a stone and then adds a weatherproofing varnish. What an amazingly welcoming display!

Every child decorates a stone and then adds a weatherproofing varnish. What an amazingly welcoming display! School counselors - could make it a great lesson on diversity & add stones to our school garden

Things to do during your #bigwildsleepout - outdoor noughts and crosses using segments of log and pine cones. Let the games begin!

DaddiLifeForce - Chinese New Year

Natural tic tac toe - games with kids!

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