Creative STAR Learning | I'm a teacher, get me OUTSIDE here!
Loose Parts + A Climbing Frame = A House of Fun
How to make colour searches more sophisticated using the Colour Vacuum app.
There’s no point in having an iPad it you don’t use it.
To discard these photos I feel can be inconsiderate of the child’s time and efforts.
In recent years moveable wooden disks, logs and planks have begun to make an appearance.
With seafood, there’s a lot leftover in terms of shells, heads and other body parts, perfect for class!
Following up on challenges and activities to further develop children’s core skills.
London parks are oases of calm and contemplation amidst the busy background hum of traffic and other ongoing noise.
Creating a “Top Trumps” type of database appeals to some children. Points can be awarded based on the plants characteristics.
Getting swirly and twirly with Photo Booth.
Making a kite from waste materials – science, design and maths in action.
Making and setting seed bombs is a great way to get kids planting!
Experimenting with ropes, pulleys, tyres and more to make a zip wire.
Washing a trike is all when and good but sometimes it’s just not enough!
Turning tarps into hammocks is the equivalent of a gym session outdoors!
Providing a few small open-ended props can lead to a variety of different play based upon each child’s interests.
Teach-IT Outdoors has been evaluated by researcher Sandra McKechan.
Wellies keep feet dry but not often as warm as we’d like our toes to be!
Bamboo grows like a weed in Japan but also makes over 2000 products.
We all bear some responsibility for the state of the planet.
Small outdoor spaces inspired by local history.
Guerilla knitters and yarn bombing.
Playground markings that aren’t your average hopscotch or alphabet snake.
Pallets are perfect for repurposing into so many things…just a few ideas.
How to make and the history of the classic autumn syrup.
There are 13 different types of swing at this playground.
A few more features than Wordle makes it more fun for older children.
Which words would your wordle have?
Picking nettles can be fascinating for children.
There’s a subtle to art to flying a kite.
For keeping bottom’s warm outdoors!
This is one of the best pre-school outdoor blogs I have seen.
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