Forest School is a specialised leaning approach that sits within and compliments the wider context of outdoor education.
In this session, the children were asked to find things that they thought were interesting. They then added them to their collecting stick!
We found conkers!
In this session, we read the book Stanley's Stick in base camp.
A walking stick to help me walk.
Muddy hands is so much fun.
A water stick! Lets put out the fire quick!
It's a wand! Bibbity, boppity boo you're a frog!
A horsey stick!
Mines a sweeping stick. I'm cleaning up the leaves
In this session, we used our imagination to create mini-dens for our small world creatures!
Mine's got leaves on to keep the baby warm.
It's a tree-house! It's got a slide and a pool!
Mines under the bush, I don't have to put leaves o
It's a cosy doughnut castle for the princess.
Mine's got a stone mattress and a pillow!
The leaf is the roof!
I've put leaves on mine.
It's got leaves and sticks on the roof.
This is my house and it's got a rainbow!
We used leaves, berries and mud to make a magical potion! We then used a special stirring stick to mix it all together.
Rudolph Stick Sculptures
We used clay, sticks, leaves and berries to create Rudolph sculptures.
Using Tools Safely
We learnt how to use the potato peelers safely. We have to sit in the respect position and peel away from our bodies.
We made our very own magic wands! We used potato peelers to peel the bark off a stick. We then used felt tips, ribbon and glitter to decorate our magic wands!
It's a rainbow, glitter, unicorn wand!
Bibbity boppity boo! Mine's a rainbow glitter wand
Abra cadabra, turn you into a frog!
Mine's a racing car wand!
Mine's a rainbow wand!
I wave my wand & everything turns into a rainbow!
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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