Alex has shared this worksheet with us that we hope will inspire you at home.
You can find out more about trees and discover fun things to look for and do indoors and outdoors,
as well as find more free to download resource sheets from Hello Trees - link below.
You can also share what you’ve been up to and what you’ve discovered on their Facebook page!
More ideas to help you think about the outdoors...
Spring is in the air. and with it comes new flowers, birdsong, butterflies, and hopefully some much-needed sunshine.
We can explore the wildlife on our doorsteps even as we have to keep a distance from other people. your social distancing with other people. We can become Nature Detectives, follow trails of mysterious smells, strange sounds and interesting textures. We can collect clues as we go for walks and make that an activity. Flowers, leaves, seeds, stones, twigs, shells and display them on a nature table back home.
There are numerous organisations and web sites with booklets, downloadable activity sheets, colouring sheets and so on. Some of these are listed below.
National Trust - https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/children-and-nature
RSPB - https://www.rspb.org.uk/fun-and-learning/for-kids/games-and-activities/activities
Devon Wildlife Trust - https://www.devonwildlifetrust.org/discover-wildlife/kids-zone
Woodland Trust - https://naturedetectives.woodlandtrust.org.uk/naturedetectives/activities
Buglife - https://www.buglife.org.uk/get-involved/children-and-schools/activities-to-do-withchildren
Plantlife family activities - https://www.plantlife.org.uk/uk/discover-wild-plants-nature/wild-flower-family-activities
Tree activities - https://www.opalexplorenature.org/tree-activities-children
Butterfly Conservation - https://butterfly-conservation.org/our-work/education
Wild Worship Field Guide from the Sanctuary Centre
Grow Your Own at Home
Alistair, one of our parents has blogged about gardening with the children at home on his business website. We are sharing thew following with his permission:
If you are interested in having a go but lack seeds and compost, please let us know via the school office. If there is sufficient interest we may be able to source some through Alistair.