Nature provides opportunities for children to develop their fine and gross motor skills, social and emotional skills, critical thinking and problem solving skills, communication and language skills, and lets them have fun while they do it. It has also been shown to reduce stress levels and support many aspects of physical and mental health. These ... Read more »

Finding Out

Students will need to obtain more information about the issues they are going to investigate. They can identify questions of interest and research these either in small groups or on their own. Once information is gathered, it can be shared using chosen communication methods e.g. short presentations. Students can continue finding out by completing a range of investigations, including gathering data. They use appropriate methods to present and communicate what they have found out.

  1. Outdoor Learning – Counting on Nature – Early Learning
    Outdoor Learning – Counting on Nature – Early Learning
  2. Outdoor Learning – Nature’s Songs – Early Learning
    Outdoor Learning – Nature’s Songs – Early Learning
  3. Outdoor Learning – Backyard Mapping – Early Learning
    Outdoor Learning – Backyard Mapping – Early Learning
  4. Outdoor Learning – Nature’s Stories – Early Learning
    Outdoor Learning – Nature’s Stories – Early Learning
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  9. Outdoor Learning – Growing Stories – Early Learning
    Outdoor Learning – Growing Stories – Early Learning
  10. Outdoor Learning – Sorting and Patterns – Early Learning
    Outdoor Learning – Sorting and Patterns – Early Learning