Use early Years Outdoors explorers to ignite the children’s imaginations and try taking the topic ‘Survivors EYFS’ outside. This pack is full of curriculum-linked activities that will spark a lot of creativity for work once back in the classroom.
What is in the pack
- Craft ideas using natural resources
- Active Games
- Links to the EYFS
Are you a whole school, we offer big reductions for schools and nurseries that book in groups. The more staff the more the discount per person. Click here for a quote.
Outdoor learning has long been a method used in schools, but has it ever been managed well? No doubt, it is hard work to take the learning outside because of the weather and seasons. However, it’s also the weather and seasons that make it so fabulous too. There are many worthwhile institutes that can help make you more knowledgable in the area such as IOL. https://www.outdoor-learning.org/
There are also many other wonderful charities motivating people to educate children on the environment, reduce waste, look after nature and to go outside more. Encouraging children to be more environmentally friendly at school is a great start into a promising future for our world. By going outside more we are encouraging children to take a lot more notice of their environment and the nature within it. Try visiting the woodland trust for free trees and seeds. Click here.