Forest school

Collection by Joanne Clarke

Joanne Clarke
New Garden Art Projects For Kids Learning Ideas Summer Activities for Kids Forest School Activities, Nature Activities, Kids Nature Crafts, Kids Outdoor Crafts, Kids Garden Crafts, Garden Projects, Earth Day Activities, Outdoor Education, Outdoor Learning

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

Outdoor Shadow Faces-LOVE this! iPad activity for outdoor art class.

Le talent et les idées de Didier Triglia - Les cahiers de Joséphine

Après les têtes de canettes dont plusieurs instits se sont déjà inspirées, voilà d'autres portraits et personnages sortis de l'imagination...

Stick Man making in Forest School - Christmas text time

Making Stick Men with Sticks, Rocks, and Leaves.

I love the possibilities for co-operative learning that this water fort offers - using language to help problem solving and critical thinking. (I love that they call it a water fort). Outdoor Learning Spaces, Kids Outdoor Play, Outdoor Play Areas, Backyard Play, Kids Play Area, Outdoor Playground, Playground Ideas, Backyard Games, Outdoor Games

Snapdragons Forest (@snap_forest)

The latest Tweets from Snapdragons Forest (@snap_forest). Forest school at @snapdragonsltd. Playing, learning and exploring the great outdoors

Take photos of tree bark - print off photos and have kids try to find the tree. Could also do with leaves and many other things "nature" around campus. Forest School Activities, Nature Activities, Science Nature, Outdoor Activities, Outdoor Education, Outdoor Learning, Outdoor Classroom, Outdoor School, Tree Study

Chasing Cheerios

Rather than starting back to blogging right now, I've decided to start a chasing cheerios Instagram account. I hope you'll follow me to check out our fun adventures! Find me @chasing.cheerios. Hope to see you there!

Find natural materials (list hunt) to make the first letter of your name. Using natural materials to build children's language and literacy skills in an outdoor classroom.

Outdoor Literacy: Introducing letters

There are many multisensory activities which can help children recognise letters.

Creating Wild Art: Forest Faces Creating Forest Faces & Mud Monsters from TheBoyAndMe (

Go get muddy! #InternationalMudDay

Most toddlers will need no encouragement to celebrate International Mud Day! Find out all about the day, why playing in mud is beneficial for children and my top three favourite ideas for getting, …