Creative STAR Learning | I'm a teacher, get me OUTSIDE here!
An engaging activity collecting berries and autumn fruits
Art and science combine outdoors in the study of plants.
10 ideas for science outdoors investigating puddles.
One of the best things about winter are the bright, cold, cloudless days. They are perfect for investigating shadows.
Guerilla knitters and yarn bombing.
Spider’s webs made from ropes…fetching!
This blog post is entirely inspired by Judy Duncan, a Primary 7 teacher at Kingswells Primary School in Aberdeen.
Change is happening all around us. Natural processes are constantly at work.
Magnifying glasses of all shapes and sizes are a key outdoor learning resource.
It’s that time of year when fungi pop up everywhere!
Rocks and landscape projects tend to be hugely popular with children.
Look at these purple tubes. Anyone have any idea what their original purpose was?
There’s a subtle to art to flying a kite.
What can be heard? Where is it from? Can you make a slug dance?
Astronomy in winter – darker skies earlier in the day.
Ideas and games for learning about time outdoors.
Autumn – the dying season – is beautiful.
Nature, astronomy, weather and reference guide apps useful for outdoor learning.
Everybody needs a rock!
Snow provides fantastic learning opportunities.
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