Look what these children made with just sticks and leaves! What a great way to take creativity outdoors.
Things We Learn About Ourselves In The Forest - Diary of a First Child
Stick frames & handprint birds by forty-two roads (",)
I love the possibilities for co-operative learning that this water fort offers - using language to help problem solving and critical thinking.
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.
let the children play: When I play outside I am learning
Name stones for self registration. The children choose their own stone... from Rachel (",)
Gorgeous Kids Books about Life in the Forest - explore nature, woodland animals & STEM reading!
Benefits of Forest Schools | Kindling Play and Training
I found this lovely display of play in the mud pie kitchen on pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/pin/223913412696964466/