Actively practise time telling with a human clock on your school grounds
Actively practise time telling with a human clock on your school grounds.
Use natural materials such as leaves and rocks to represent numbers and create natural equations.
Challenge small groups of blindfolded children to create a range of 2D shapes from a length of rope.
Turn your playground into Jurassic Park with scale models of dinosaurs and their footprints.
Use the five senses to engage with the outdoors.
Take inspiration from mythology, literature, gargoyles or the green man icon to bring trees alive with a sculpted clay face.
Explore outdoor practices from the Buddhist faith which promote mindfulness and meditation such as creating mandala or a zen garden.
Promote active maths and understanding of forces and motion by building and launching your very own stomp rocket.
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