Try out a variety of mathematical methods from simple to more technical to measure a tree.
Use sticks to learn about shapes, dimensions and reflection.
A shared Vision and Values for Early Years in the outdoors.
Useful to share with staff and parents alike.
This active maths outdoors idea is idea for engaging and energising your children through a maths lesson.This outdoor lesson ...
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 ...
Test your knowledge of fractions, team skills and spatial awareness in this fun activity!
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 ...
Can you build a bridge that will hold your weight and enable you to cross a puddle, a tarpaulin raging ...
An active game that develops understanding of adaptation, food chains and encourages number process work through play.
Actively practise time telling with a human clock on your school grounds
Give household recycling a new lease of life! Why don't you try creating some colourful Easter eggs and hide them ...
Can your busy little beavers match the skills of the real deal?
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