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Like the way someone has used a tree theme to display their forest school experiences. I would use this to celebrate children's achievements & play opportunities/experiences in their outdoor area e.g. den making, sand play, water play, mark making, construction etc.

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

Tree Trunk Table - making these from the pine trees that my parents are cutting down in their backyard.

Tree Trunk Table - made from a pine tree. it looks like a small tree which is intriguing. it has a tree trunk for the stand of the table and then a tree paneled texture as the top of the table for items to be placed on.

Paint brushes made from leaves. Forest Schools. Outdoor learning. Painting. Creative Development. Teaching. Classroom. Resources. EYFS. Early Years. Reception. Children. Learning.

Textured Painting with Nature's Paint Brushes

"Textured Painting - Natures Paint Brushes" This is not just art, but art in nature! Go on a nature walk to gather 'schtuff!' Then use what you gather to create art or As art!

Creating Forest Faces & Mud Monsters from TheBoyAndMe (",)

Creating Wild Art: Forest Faces

Creating Wild Art: Forest Faces, Mud Monsters, whatever you want to call them! A cute nature craft to personalize your backyard.

All sizes | Leaf Identification | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Worked well for a cub scout hike Tree/Leaf Identification sheet - perfect for nature walks and Tremendous Trees!

Blackboard paint tree slices for natural mark making on the go. Kiddies could do this before working in their sketchbook. A basket of these for children to take out and explore.


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