Check out our fun and learning packed Forest School activities today!
Forest school is a brilliant way for kids to connect with nature. We have four amazing activities; mud faces, bats and moths, magic wands and a nature scavenger hunt too. Great forest school fun.
Creative Education Booklets
Nature's Treasures by theinspirtedchild...: Take the children out into the garden, the park or the woods to make their own fascinating collections. Fire their imaginations and yours with some of Nature’s treasures! #Kids #Discovery #Nature
Making furniture from obsolete material and and giving new life to old ones 5
Did you know that the making of furniture per our needs doesn’t really require so much effort. It is about picturing the object you would want to create and being able to find modes that will enable you to alter an object which lies obsolete. And here we provide you with easier ways of how to do that without incurring egregious expenditure.
Using natural materials found outside to create mandalas is a lovely way to work collaboratively, build numeracy and patterning skills, and create a stunning piece of eco-artwork.
DIY Forest School VI: Rock Stacking - Rain or Shine Mamma
This is the sixth post in the popular series about forest school pedagogy and learning outside from Rain or Shine Mamma. Subscribe for email updates at the end of the post if you want to follow the rest of the series this fall and winter! If you missed the first part of the series, make […]
Natural Inspired Environments
Congratulations Lisa and her Team on a successful and inspirational year. The displays of all the children's project work was awe-inspiring. We are so...
Autumn woodland treasure sculpture
Thought I should post about this project we did over the weekend, because the kids had a lovely time doing it, and the gift recipient (Grand...
Today was the perfect day to set up the outdoor art table and have a little messy fun. We painted the clouds (inspired by this). A set of acrylic mirrors, some brushes, and a couple bowls of foam adds up to one very engaged little boy. In fact, our art session only ended after about an hour because we had a run-in with a snake (but that's a whole other story, I'm sure). The idea was for him to paint the reflection of the clouds in the mirrors, but he was more interested in just manipulating…