This outdoor literacy task uses a journey (such as the journey to school) or a place, pupils have to fill ...
Mice, skittles and wands are all readily whittled by little hands with a good quality potato peeler and a sturdy ...
A shared Vision and Values for Early Years in the outdoors.
Useful to share with staff and parents alike.
A playful approach to understanding how some trees use animals to disperse their seeds.
Create a musical firework display using autumn leaves.
Create a garden in a small space using only a bag, a tin can, stones and some soil. Perfect for ...
Find a ball and make it travel in a fun way. Think tubes, pipes, ramps, funnels – whatever you have to ...
Embrace the physical and tactile challenge of exploring a short trail barefooted.
Use simple find and share challenge cards for building vocabulary around size and scale in early years' mathematics.
Bird watching is a fun, free activity. It requires no specialist equipment, just patience and clothing suitable to the season.
How good is your sense of place without your sense of sight? Work together as a team in this activity ...
Can you design and build a board game for up to six people to play? You could recreate one you ...
Simple creative ideas to reuse colourful bottle caps outdoors.
Can you build a bridge that will hold your weight and enable you to cross a puddle, a tarpaulin raging ...
Investigate the creation of natural inks and dyes and even make a quill for mark making.
An active game that develops understanding of adaptation, food chains and encourages number process work through play.
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