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...What they are learning In Personal, Social & Emotional Development to continue to be interested, excited and motivated to learn In Communication, Language & Literacy to interact with others, negotiating plans & activities to extend...
...Introduction Whatever the weather, many young children just love to be outdoors. Indeed, outdoor learning provides children with the potential to learn in a different way — it can be far more physical, faster, louder and bigger! Many...
...Introduction Whatever the weather, many young children just love to be outdoors. Indeed, outdoor learning provides children with the potential to learn in a different way — it can be far more physical, faster, louder and bigger! Many...
...What you need root vegetables - such as carrots, potatoes, turnips, sweet potatoes old forks, garden sticks, tooth picks, chopsticks pipe cleaners, dry pasta, dried beans or peas PVA glue and spreadersHelpful hints Use tooth picks...
...Introduction Have fun around Midsummer Day (June 24th) collecting different loose parts and materials to create a midsummer collage, inspired by John Clare's Midsummer Cushions.What you need Green fabric, felt or cardboard square Loose...
...What they are learning In Personal, Social & Emotional Development to be confident to try new activities In Mathematics to use everyday words to describe position In Knowledge of the World to investigate objects & materials by using all...
...What are they learning? Listening to sounds inside and outside encourages children to be more aware of sounds around themWhat you need paper, pencils, clipboards portable recording equipment or digital camera (optional)What you do Explain...
...What you need old clothes or pieces of fabric (any fabric can be used, but stretchy or knitted fabric works well) scissors ribbons, threads, raffia and strings objects to wrap: sticks and twigs soft toys small world figures bricks...
...What you need clear, wide-necked plastic bottles, clean and empty natural items found outside, in the grounds of the setting or in a park (leaves, conkers, berries, twigs, stones etc.) plastic glue such as UHU stickers pictures of natural...
...What you need Photos of children's gardens Paper and pencils Catalogues ScissorsWhat you do Talk about children's gardens at home. Can they describe their garden? Let them share pictures of their gardens and say what they like to do...