Use KS1 rainy day activities to take more science, art and design, maths and literacy outside. Outdoor learning can help you make lots of cross-curricular links. There is also plenty of muddy mastery out there too!
What is in the Rainy Day Activities pack
- Summary sheet and guidance
- Ideas for teaching Science in the rain
- Ideas teaching maths and literacy in the rain
- Ideas for teaching art out in the rain
- Home Learning
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Active learning is now being considered as an important area to a well-developed curriculum. Outdoor learning only provides opportunities for children to use big movements and to move faster. The Muddy Puddle Teacher Approach works on this very purpose that children need to move for the brain to be engaged, focused and to absorb the information being received. Active lessons even if for 10 minutes here and there can make a substantial difference to the wellbeing of the child and the educator who is delivering the lesson. To find more methods to support an active curriculum try heading to BBC and watch and join in some of there ‘Super Movers’ videos. https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/supermovers