Learning with Nature is full of activities, games to get children outside, keep them motivated and most importantly of all having fun.
The book is split up into sections covering games, nature activities, seasonal activities and survival skills.
games, nature activities, seasonal activities and survival skills
The book is straightforward to navigate and gets the right balance of pictures and text, which can be all too often overlooked in books. This book gets in just right.
The information is uncomplicated to follow and easy to digest, with top tips and interesting facts throughout the book.
The activities are well structured, though some of the activities work best with groups, but can be adapted for the family.
I like the extra information provided on what’s being learnt and provides some inspiration on questions you can ask your child to enhance their learning. We decided to try out a few of the activities.
We had a great fun trying out these activities on a woodland walk and enhanced a walk into something much more exciting and educational for the children.
We had a great fun trying out these activities
Activities inspired by “Learning with Nature”
Going near a stream or lake? Then you might want to give this a go.
Tag, but not as you know it. This was a fun twist on a classic game and ideal for the next time you get the family outdoors.
Here’s a simple challenge that you can do with a stick when you’re next out with your family.
This book is an inspiring valuable resource for families, outdoor groups and anyone looking to engage children with nature.
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