We have a fun nature play activity for you today to make fun stick people and woodland figures. Take a look at how to make your own!
Forest school activities are so beneficial to the kids. It is a well known fact that being in the great outdoors stimulates children in many ways. It helps them raise their self-esteem as they can learn to solve problems, gives them confidence in their abilities, and overall helps their health in all aspects.
What sort of health benefits can kids get from nature and Forest School activities?
- A focus on healthy lifestyles overall,
- Kids feel mentally healthy, and,
- Exercise helps their physical health.
Forest School activities
Forest School is something that is popular in the UK and something that our kids usually tend to love and enjoy a lot. If you live in a place where Forest School isn’t a present fixture and you would like to learn how to incorporate it into your homeschooling activities or just learn more about it you have come to the right place.
We have so many great Forest activities that you can get inspired from and that your kids will love learning from.
Let’s take a look at what you can find in our Forest School activities page and find something to inspire yourself to inspire your kids.
Outdoor and Forest School activities
Here are some of the lovely activites that you can find:
- Simple whittling activity for kids: stick garden makers,
- What about making their own bird feeder, or,
- How about making tree trolls?
These are such great activities for the kids, but if you want even more inspiration, we have some great printables for you to inspire outdoor play.
Check out these lovely printables;
- Learn more about flowers with our label a flower free printable,
- Or maybe label a tree,
- What about making a printable leaf compass, and,
- You can make a printable stick man, too!
As you can see, there is lots to do so do take a look and enjoy some great outdoor and School activities!
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