Creative STAR Learning | I'm a teacher, get me OUTSIDE here!
Every educator’s mathematical friend
This was my introduction to Broxburn Family Centre’s Out of School Care.
Experimenting with ropes, pulleys, tyres and more to make a zip wire.
Turning tarps into hammocks is the equivalent of a gym session outdoors!
Spider’s webs made from ropes…fetching!
There is an element of unpredictability is learning outdoors.
Ropes, chalk, painted stones and chocolate eggs!
Amazing mazes, labyrinths and mythical creatures.
Mazes from ropes, hoops, chalk trails and more…
There is something special about dogs
Ropes are a useful play resource in so many ways.
Nets are a forgotten resource that have tremendous value in education and play settings.
Bring local traditions and culture into the school grounds.
An old climbing rope is a wonderful resource and here it was used to good effect.
Making learning maths outdoors fun!
The use of a big old climbing rope was an experiment for me.
These adults know how to have fun!
what ideas might you have for some collaborative play that could take place through the fence.
One vote, big difference
Changing hearts, minds and practice
Palettes = Play. Hooray!
Va va voom. Va va Velcro!
Love books, love nature play…
A list of Scottish pre-school establishments
Developing your school grounds or outdoor space is one of the most satisfying ways of increasing the amount of learning and play happening outdoors. T…
Best resource of 2016
Developing a love of local wildlife
New life to the old tree