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27
MAY

Two sisters from P4 and P1 managed some fantastic learning during OUTDOOR Classroom day. They worked out how many times they would have to climb their steps to have climbed the equivalent of Mount Everest.It takes 58070 steps to climb ... Continue reading →

22
MAY

Friday Free writing. Write a story inspired by woods and trees. Woodland Trust. If your kids love writing, then get those creative juices flowing with a story challenge. Kick things off by giving them the first sentence and encouraging them ... Continue reading →

21
MAY

Source: learning through landscapes Mud. Designate an area of the garden as a mud kitchen and get stuck in playfully investigating mud using the tips and ideas from this resource. Stuck indoors, then adapt to spirit of the mud kitchen ... Continue reading →

20
MAY

Mindfulness. Thanks to learning for landscapes for their resources. Cloud Gazing Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it's a giant marshmallow monster eating a bowlful of squirty cream! Lie down and look from a window or outdoors ... Continue reading →

19
MAY

-sustainable-home-learning-and-play-for-parents- Thanks to Learning through landscapes. Sustainable Home Learning and Play These activities are all about going to a safe outdoors space such as a garden or local park with your children. If this is not possible every activity ... Continue reading →

18
MAY

Hello everyone. This week we would have been having Outdoor classroom day. All the classes would have tried to have as much learning outside as they could manage. You can still do this. I have seen some lovely outdoor learning ... Continue reading →

07
MAY

In spring, nature starts to wake up from its long winter sleep. Trees burst into leaf, flowers cover the ground and animals emerge. There's so much to see, can you find... new green leaves scented blossom springy moss sticky ... Continue reading →

22
APR

Some great ideas from the LOVE OUTDOOR LEARNING LTD company. They have kindly given us some great free outdoor ideas to share. Just follow the link. https://sowl.co/biufrD

20
APR

This is a universally fun art activity which involves smashing up plants to release their natural pigments into cloth to stunning effect. Thanks to "Learning through landscapes." Hapa-Zome is a Japanese term meaning 'leaf-dye.' Equipment  Mallets, rolling pins or ... Continue reading →

02
APR

The BIG GARDEN BIRD WATCH results are in...... The UK top ten Well done to all those that took part at home. We are still awaiting the results from our BIG SCHOOL BIRD WATCH. Please keep feeding the birds at ... Continue reading →

01
APR

Mrs Tracey kindly sent me this to share with you all. Obviously there will be some activities you cannot do safely at the moment. As well as these activities P4 have been finding out about Easter traditions with Mrs Simpson ... Continue reading →

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