Forest bathing is an activity with no activities. It is simply spending time in and with nature, letting it invade ...
Outdoor learning idea - Learn about the games that granny used to play - transforming school break time and providing ...
Studying history provides a unique window into our rich past. Role play, re-enactment and construction are fun ways to bring ...
We all know the town in which we live – or do we? Finding out more about the area in which ...
Make a mimed drama out of an animal life cycle! Can you investigate the process of change known as metamorphosis? ...
Bring a new dimension to your reading by recreating scenes from the story outside.
There are some incredible landmarks across the UK, from Big Ben to Edinburgh Castle. Recreate some of your favourite famous ...
Can you create a detailed map of where you live? Imagine that you are travelling along this route, picture in ...
Mark out your own miniature route from an ant’s point of view.
Use small loose parts to represent sounds in homophones and get outside for an active take on spelling.
Use the scaffold of ‘Number – Adjective – Alliteration – Noun’ to create effective number poetry.
Use random outdoor objects to inspire storytelling and role play.
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