outdoor play, early years - lovely way to display learning

outdoor play, early years - lovely way to display learning - currently use this as my open ended play for the garden display board.

Make leaf rubbing plates- it really works! They are easier to do when leaves are laminated!

School of the Wild maybe? Leaf rubbings are a good excuse to go outside, but you can't always find dropped leaves all year round! Use a laminator and a metal ring to create leaf rubbing plates that can be used all year long, over and over again!

Painting stones with water... from Rachel (",)

Stones & Water

Painting stones with water.great set-up on the science area table for a few days. Could also put this in our outdoor area, so the stones can become part of the zen garden!

Make a "FOUND" station for children to display the natural items they find outside. { What a great idea. Makes our nature tray look so inadequate! } very Reggio inspired!

Actually I do have an idea. :D Make a "FOUND" station for children to display the natural items they find outside. { What a great idea. Makes our nature tray look so inadequate!

great idea for nature table trees made from branches.

great idea for nature table trees from branches, start with dried leaves on them, then paint white and glittery in winter. Put a cardboard circle under the nature table's cloth, with a pin through it, and pin the branch to the pin on top of the cloth.

Under An English Sky: OHC - Winter Twig Challenge: Free download from Nature Detectives and free notebooking page to download

somuchscience: dendroica: These are for British trees, but their North American equivalents look similar. ID challenge extravaganza!


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