Creative five senses activities for kids outside! Learning, fun, and fresh air!
A fantastic outdoor art idea that makes great use of loose parts found in a forest: clay faces on tree trunks!
Sticks & Strings make for beautiful little spider webs! Brilliant.
Forest Kindergarten – A better way to teach our young children? great article about a school in the USA
Fancy Stick Crown - a craft to go along with the Julia Donaldson book, Stick Man - inspired by nature, created for the imagination | @mamamissblog #juliadonaldson #stickman
Cool things to do with a big roll of paper - NurtureStore
I'm a teacher, get me OUTSIDE here!: outdoor Math
Sun Hats & Wellie Boots: Creating a Story Tree with Story Baskets
Little Acorn Learning. Nature based learning...ideas that get the kids outdoors to explore!
There are several key features that are so benefical towards a Forest Kindergarten compared to a regular, traditional classroom that is conducted indoors.
LAND ART. Leves from 47 dirfferent tress. Fabulous artsy poroect with kids as well.
How many shades of green can you find? - from Kids in the Garden
Forest faces and mud monsters - what a fabulous art idea for camp in the great outdoors!
nature's paint brushes!
Preserving A Spider Web: How to
texture stones | Flickr - Photo Sharing!
Look what these children made with just sticks and leaves! What a great way to take creativity outdoors.
so simple and yet so effective
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Fagley Primary Forest School: Leaf Matching and Lighting a Spark