Use First day back Lesson Plan to settle your children back in the Muddy Way and to focus on friendship.
Use our Horrible Halloween Ideas Pack to get lots of ideas and ways to make Halloween special in your class.
Use Halloween Trick or Treat Lesson Plan to get role play, speech and language into one outdoor learning lesson!
Use Sharing Lesson Plans to get the best out of your class in an active, natural way.
Use this fabulous Isolation Packs for Early Years to help parents educate at home. Educating at home the muddy way means happy memories for all!
Have 10 minute active games – Tots handy by your side so you can have some active and muddy games to keep those little ones busy and happy.
Use this amazing eBook One more than 20 – Under the Sea to practice your number knowledge the muddy way!
Junk modelling is a great way to enthuse creativeness and gather up unused items to put to another purpose. Outdoor Learning
Make planting a little easier for yourself by taking some of it indoors. This delightful pack offers ideas for vegtables, fruit, flowers and herbs.
Use this delightfully muddy pack of ideas to make transition week the best fun. Use the outside space to help children get to know each other, you and the class
Let the MPT approach help you take name writing to another level. One that allows all children to have success at writing their own name at their own pace.
The Muddy Puddle Teacher is the new way to do outdoor learning. Teacher training. Teaching Resources. First Day Back Bonding lesson.
Use Jacob the Ninja to encourage comprehension skills ina rather unique and muddy way. Take it outdoors and watch hthis area develop.
Use Sunflowers EYFS to get lots of muddy ways and ideas to take this topic outside. Use only natural and upcycled resources.
Apply Pizza Shop Adding Money 1p 2p 5p & 10p outside the Muddy Way. Use only upcycled and natural materials.
Use Burger Shop Making Money 1p 2p 5p & 10p to take money outside, working alongside others. Use only natural and up cycled resources.
Use Counting Numbers up to 10 to help practice and remember those tricky first set of numbers. Have fun, bond and get Muddy!
Consolidating halving facts to 20 can get stale. Make this more fun and use our outdoor board game. A device & a dice is all you need.