Creating Wild Art: Forest Faces
'Wild Art' is quite simply creating art or craft from the materials found in a natural environment. Making forest faces is one of the simplest and most enjoyable activities that can be done in a woodland setting. In fact, we've done this activity twice in the past week because we enjoyed it so much.
Primary Resources - KS2, KS1, Early Years (EYFS) KS3, KS4, Twinkl
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The Empowered Educator - Inspiration for Early Learning.
Beep, Beep...all aboard! Do you like our new bus/train/plane made from a few recycled materials? So much fun outside today!
Playing and Exploring Outdoors: It's Playtime! - The Imagination Tree
Welcome to It’s Playtime! With the weather finally turning glorious I loved seeing these inspirational ideas for outdoor play and exploration that were linked up last week! The Golden Gleam went outdoors to make observations of flowers Familylicious linked a fabulous homemade water wall! Growing a Jeweled Rose painted the sky using a mirror! Were you featured...Read More »
Evaporating Water Art For Kids: Backyard Set Up (VIDEO)
If you are looking for a fun and entertaining task for the kids this summer, consider evaporating water art! Seriously, my little ones were completely engaged and did not want to leave this space once we found it. Such a smart thing to do and you can set it up just about anywhere.
Pimp My Patio, Day Two
Today was day 2 of Screen Free Week, and in our patio make-over we decided to focus on adding musical and pretend play elements. Inspired by an outdoor music wall we found at Filth Wizardry, we dec…