Outdoor Learning Well-being Resources

  • *Best seller* Rainy Day Ideas Pack

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    We’ve designed an Outdoor Learning Rainy Day Ideas Pack so that you always have a magic card up your sleeve. All activities use natural and up-cycled materials, and link up to the curriculums. Time to get children excited about jumping in those muddy puddles! Find out more about why rain is so good for children!

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  • Muddy Circle Time | Ideas Pack

    Need some ideas to inspire conversation between your children? Why not go outdoors for a change? Research now suggests that being outside helps to relax us and connect with our feelings. So use our Outdoor Learning Circle Time Pack for inspiration! This pack will get your class outdoors being active and messy. All while they connect and share their feelings!

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  • Muddy Mindfulness

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    Use this Outdoor Learning Mindfulness Ideas Pack to take your children out into the relaxing surroundings of your outdoor space. Let nature help you teach mindfulness to your class or group. These ideas are simple and easy to implement. By the end of this course, your children will have a renewed relationship with nature!

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  • Muddy Yoga

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    Want to merge mindfulness with physical education? Why not do it the muddy way! Research now suggests that being outside helps to relax us and connect with our feelings. So use our Muddy Yoga Ideas Pack for instant inspiration! This pack will get your class outdoors being active and messy. All while they connect and improve their physical and mental wellbeing.

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  • Outdoor Learning – Playing in the Mud Handout

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    Use our Outdoor Learning – Playing in the Mud Handout to educate staff and parents about the importance of muddy and messy play! This FREE piece of research is one of many written by our U.S Muddy Teacher Bobbi Powers. This article is all about our best friend – MUD! Find out why by adding this to your cart now!

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  • Outdoor Learning Care Plan | All ages

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    Use this Outdoor Learning Muddy Support Plan to support any child struggling with the outdoors. This is not always children with SEND. It can range from children who have a fear of mud to those destructive with nature. Or even children that simply find walking on uneven and wet surfaces tricky. This pack will show you how to support each child on their Muddy journey!

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  • Outdoor Learning Cooking Menu

    Use this pack to create the next generation of Master Chefs! Your students will learn about global recipes and culture while they fill their tummies! Our outdoor learning cooking menu has recipes for every class and ability. Safety tasks are included so that you can model safe behaviour to your students. 

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  • Outdoor Learning Freebie | Benefits of Going for a Walk

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    Use this Outdoor Learning Freebie to discover the benefits of going for a walk. This FREE piece of research is one of many written by our U.S Muddy Teacher Bobbi Powers. Share this handout with staff and parents to convince them about the benefits of outdoor learning.

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  • Outdoor Learning Safety Games

    Use our Outdoor Learning Safety Games pack to ensure activities are safe and have been risk assessed before you head outside. This real life skills pack will teach your children to make their own risk assessments. Children will learn to instinctively look for dangers. Not just in the classroom, but when they’re out of your care.
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  • Outdoor Learning Safety Pack Bundle

    Sign up to this course to ensure that your children and staff know all about how to use natural resources safely! Make sure they know all about loose parts and up-cycled materials, and how to retrieve them carefully. Access our safety samples and risk assessments guidance now!

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