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Trees, woods and forests provide a wonderful learning ground for children whatever the season, so make the most of your outdoor adventure with these ideas from Jean Edwards.
Arm your class with magnifying glasses, notebooks, cameras and viewing jars, and head out and about to find out if your local trees are under attack.
Every creature, whatever its size, deserves our care. Try out Bel Deering’s activity ideas to teach children about the smallest woodland inhabitants and how to treat them respectfully.
There’s nothing that turns children on to science more than a bit of chemistry ‘magic’ – and we simply couldn’t resist these fun foodie experiments.
Linking science to real life will allow children to ask scientific questions based on their own experiences, says class teacher Corrina Burge. ...
Use How the platypus got his shape story to get children creatively engaged with number, algebra, sets and symmetry with some great contextual maths.
Give your local trees a clean bill of health with these official-looking, class-issued 'Clean bill of health' certificates.
Choose a tree, head out with pencils, crayons and a measuring tape and fill in the boxes to create a record of it.