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Nocturnal Animals: Bats!
Private animal healthcare in class 3.... Or in other words a vets role play area.
Clay Faces: Taking Art Outdoors. Make a face by pressing clay onto a tree. The forest floor provides a wealth of materials to add to the clay sculptures: sticks, fir cones, leaves, pine needles.
Fancy Stick Crown - inspired by nature, created for the imagination | @mamamissblog #juliadonaldson #stickman
Role play farm shop with real ffruit and veg kids love it.
Drainpipes and assorted pretend spiders
I love these ladybird counters! Made using: bottle tops, a permanent marker and some googly eyes. Perfect for counting, game counters or what about sorting?
We have a music wall!!! Our students were excited to see this new addition to our outdoor classroom! #littlehandsbigplans
Mini beast collages made with garden bits :)