Creative STAR Learning | I'm a teacher, get me OUTSIDE here!
Wrap up warm and enjoy learning outdoors in the white stuff!
How to enjoy an outdoor festive time
Providing a few small open-ended props can lead to a variety of different play based upon each child’s interests.
What would you wish for a natural Christmas?
Coppicing provides perfect sticks for maths outdoors.
Here’s what happened during my lunch break…
Sitka spruce seedlings grow prolifically in Scotland.
The snow remains and to celebrate this unique opportunity for outdoor play and learning is a guest post from Frode Svane.
Sea glass is broken glass that has been tumbled about by the water, waves and sand.
Outdoor Christmas Tree decorations made from ice and snow.
There’s no such thing as bad weather….only the wrong clothes.
Astronomy in winter – darker skies earlier in the day.
School closures, snow, snow and more snow!
Wrist gaiters are an ugly invention, if I am being honest.
Snow provides fantastic learning opportunities.
Skating on ice outdoors.
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…
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Developing a love of local wildlife
New life to the old tree
The magic of Christmas begins