Mice, skittles and wands are all readily whittled by little hands with a good quality potato peeler and a sturdy ...
A playful approach to understanding how some trees use animals to disperse their seeds.
Embrace the physical and tactile challenge of exploring a short trail barefooted.
Bird watching is a fun, free activity. It requires no specialist equipment, just patience and clothing suitable to the season.
Cooking these simple unleavened bread twists is a great focus around a campfire!
Channel your inner cave dweller, mark making with some DIY charcoal oil paint!
Spend some time gazing up at the clouds. Discussing what you can see encourages verbal literacy, descriptive skills and creating ...
Can your busy little beavers match the skills of the real deal?
A reflective document for early years practitioners to reflect on their practice and outdoor space.
This tool uses reflective questions ...
Forest bathing is an activity with no activities. It is simply spending time in and with nature, letting it invade ...
Funding for outdoor learning in schools and nursery's is available, and LtL can help you access these funds.
How many different ways can you think of to sort things? Sorting and classifying involves finding similarities and differences between ...
A guide to embedding outdoor learning in urban schools through making the most of your school grounds.
A project funded ...
What better way to enjoy the produce of your grounds than cooked on a campfire?
Experience the awe and wonder of being encased in a giant bubble!
A universally fun art activity which involves pounding plants to release their natural pigments into cloth!
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