Spring Flowers magnifying glass

Spring Flowers Magnifying Glass

What does this resource include?

  • 1 x Magnifying Glass 

How can I use this resource? 

Use Spring Flowers Magnifying Glass in your continuous provision to help embed independence and links to the natural world. Print out, cut and laminate to use. This is one of our many great Early Years Spring Ideas.

What are the curriculum links?

  • Speech and language 
  • Natural World

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Other ideas to teach spring ideas

Teaching spring in the early years is a fantastic sensory topic. Try some of these muddy puddle Early Years Spring Ideas to get your class outdoors and messy.

  • Go on a spring walk. Take a brown bag and collect what you find in nature. Later, take a picture with it.
  • Spring up a stick. Attach a strip of sticky back plastic to a stick and ask the children to attach natural resources to it.


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How can MPT help Neurodivergent children? 

The Muddy Puddle Teacher is the new way to learn outdoors, but how does it help neurodivergent children?

Well, look at it this way.  State schools, in particular, are tackling many issues regarding making their classrooms more inclusive due to time, lack of training, class sizes, money and resources. So they think….but actually there is a tiny little, cheap and affordable way we could be more inclusive: by simply teaching more lessons in active ways, outdoors.

The outdoors only promotes active, open-ended learning opportunities due to the nature of the space and the added value of weather.  This is a perfect platform for those children who are neurodivergent and flourish in active and creative lesson formats.  Moving makes us all feel good; again, this is beneficial not only for your neurodivergent children but also for all children.

Furthermore, outdoor space also adds an element of space and freedom to explore, which can be very reassuring, calming, and relaxing for many children who feel comfortable learning. Plus, the sensory benefits of outdoor space are compelling for children who need to self-regulate or are over- or under-sensitive.

If you want to learn more about making your classroom more inclusive for SEND, please splash this way.

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