Creative STAR Learning | I'm a teacher, get me OUTSIDE here!
Writing outside is becoming increasingly popular in many primary and secondary schools.
A collection worth looking at
To discard these photos I feel can be inconsiderate of the child’s time and efforts.
Sue Dixon of The Thinking Child Consultancy shares ideas about Thinking Journals.
Folklore and mythology through beech trees.
Reading and writing are complex processes.
Art and literacy outdoors with a flock of words and birds!
The Fish Trail shows just how creative a trail can be, enabling anyone to enjoy science, language, art, people and place.
Wherever you teach, the place has possibilities for trails of all sorts.
Fred the Ted helps out.
Earth Day and celebrations – are you in charge of them?
Instructions, warnings, ‘elf and safety – signs everywhere!
How the snowdrop came to be white…
The children are extremely kind and considerate of Fred the Ted’s requests.
What happens with the alphabet mirrors outdoors?
Tanka poetry has an elements of nature and strong emotions.
Sticks can can help children develop their imagination through the use of metaphor.
Fred the Ted and sticks help with outdoor literacy learning.
The children are enjoying and responding to literacy outdoors.
Doing literacy activities outside is no joke…
Fred the Ted provides an avenue into literacy.
A little stone can give a lot of empowerment in a funny sort of way.
There are many multisensory activities which can help children recognise letters.
Laminated leaves are quite different to the growing plants in the garden.
A clever way to extend the life of a worn out book.
Children’s words can be used to create forms and patterns.
Kate and William are getting married.
Outdoor literacy activities on the theme of circles.
These are the ideas and suggestions covered in the Outdoor Literacy workshop.
Imagine you have been given the opportunity to attend a training event for free.
A useful comprehension exercise with a bit of deduction thrown in for good measure.
Taking punctuation lessons outdoors.
Outdoor poetry activities for teaching literacy outdoors.
Immediately the MI5 agent within me woke up and sprung into action.
Ideas for using leaves for outdoor literacy activities.
Children will happily explore books outside.
A simple idea for literacy outdoors with children.
A few more features than Wordle makes it more fun for older children.
Which words would your wordle have?
Stones are a great outdoor learning resource.
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