Letter recognition sensory bin. Maybe use outside. Rocks, sand etc so a good thing for outdoor learning

Emergent Writing: This activity lets kids use sand to write letters and words. You can use different tools to practice writing. This helps them better writing skills.

Fun ways to Measure Nature 9 Learning Activities for Outside (and a new After School Linky!)

9 Learning Activities for Outside (and a new After School Linky!)

Fun ways to Measure Nature 9 Learning Activities for Outside (and a new After School Linky!) could Use this to measure jumps?

Outdoor Maths activities: investigating right angles with sticks (Creative STAR Learning | I'm a teacher, get me OUTSIDE here!)

how many right angles can be created Outdoor Maths: investigating right angles with sticks — Creative STAR Learning

My team made a large Numicon board for outside. The children often match the large Numicon to this. Here they were adding large coins to the holes.

My team made a large Numicon board for outside. The children often match the large Numicon to this. Here they were adding large coins to the holes.

Nature Hunt Bingo - A super fun outdoor game for kids that encourages exploration of the world around them!

Nature Hunt Bingo

Outdoor Fun for Kids: Nature Hunt Bingo - A super fun outdoor game for kids that encourages exploration of the world around them!

This will be a great idea for helping students to learn their time tables . In addition , especially since the times table hopscotch is outside it helps their mind and body to be rejuvenated for learning.

This will be a great idea for helping students to learn their time tables, especially since the times table hopscotch is outside it helps their mind and body to be rejuvenated for learning.

Book walk idea. Display pages of a book at different stations outside. Chn collect a relevant object at each to help them re-tell the story later.

Book Walk

CCPRN recently incorporated a 'Book Walk' into our pre-summer picnics. So what exactly is a book walk? A book walk is a way to encourage children to be involved in a story. So here's how it works.

Take routine math practice to the next level with QR code scavenger hunts. Read more and grab one to try for free!

The Elementary Math Maniac: QR Code Scavenger Hunts: Using Technology to Practice Math "My favorite places to do QR code scavenger hunts are in the gym or outside on the track.- this helps bring technology into the classroom

Forest school: Storytelling. Amazing horse in 'The Spellbound Forest'. (",)

Forest school activities

Storytelling of Amazing horse in 'The Spellbound Forest'- absolutely love this planning to adapt for a dragon!


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