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Forest school, boggit, tree art, early years, outdoor, nature, natural resources, mucky play, risk, messy play, planning, history, pioneers

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Forest school blog

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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.

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Creating Wild Art: Forest Faces

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Creating Wild Art: Forest Faces | TheBoyandMe

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Forest school, boggit, tree art, early years, outdoor, nature, natural resources, mucky play, risk, messy play, planning, history, pioneers

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Forest school blog

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Would be great to make clay owls/faces to put in the trees at school (image from Copse and Loppers Forest School) (",)

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