The Flower Posters enable children to identify different types of flowers. These are great for children to learn the different names for flowers and to identify flowers that may be in their garden or in the playground. These can be used in a variety of different hands-on experiences and displays.
Go nature hunting with children and let them search for various objects in nature.. Make them collect as much natural objects as they can. With their collection children will be making nature people with the items they have collected. Apart from this, they will be learning a lot about their own family and parts of their face.
The Flower Tracing printables enable children to draw flowers by tracing over the light coloured lines on one half of the flower. This is great for young children to gain control over their hand movements through tracing which will, in turn, develop their pre-writing skills. For older children, this will assist them in learning to draw flowers. The flowers can be decorated and coloured once traced.
This template is for children to complete while going on a nature walk. Each page is of a child's senses and using these senses what they have observed in nature. For preschoolers, they can draw what they have seen and for the older ones they can write what they observe in nature.
On Thursday 19 May Educators, Teachers and Children have the opportunity to try learning outside the classroom as we celebrate Outdoor Classroom Day. Outdoor Classroom Day is a global campaign to celebrate and inspire outdoor learning and play. On the day, thousands of schools around the world take lessons outdoors and prioritise playtime.