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‘Sign Spotting’

‘Sign Spotting’

Do you enjoy going for family walks but would you like to add a new dimension of challenge to a walk? Why not spot road signs on your walk - it helps to give little minds something to focus on during the walk. What do I need to go 'Sign Spotting'? You don't need any resources if you don't wish. However you could take a pen and paper (if you have a clipboard you may wish to use that as well) to record your observations. You could also take a camera and create a collage of the photos you have…
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Symmetrical Leaf Drawings

Symmetrical Leaf Drawings

Nature is amazing and it gives us so many learning opportunities. What resources do I need for this activity? Pick some leaves of different shapes and sizes. Paper. PVA Glue. A Pen.A pair of scissors. How do I do this activity? Pick a collection of leaves - different shapes and sizes. Cut the leaves in half. Stick the leaves onto a pice of paper. Make sure they are well spaced out. Draw the missing half of the leaf (see picture). Look at the detail on the leaf and try to copy it on the other half of the leaf. Remember…
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Leaf Rubbings

Leaf Rubbings

Do you remember creating leaf rubbings as a child? It's almost like 'magic' seeing the leaf and all it's patterns appear through the paper. What do I need to make a leaf rubbing? It's best to get a selection of leaves from the garden or during a walk. A range of sizes and shapes will be most impactful. Wax Crayons. White Paper. How do I make a leaf rubbing? Place your leaf on a flat surface. Put a piece of paper on top of the leaf. Rub the side of a crayon (you might want to take the paper off)…
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Homemade Sundial

Homemade Sundial

Here is a fantastic activity to do on a sunny day, an opportunity to show your child / children how the earth rotates and the sun moves in relation to the earth. This activity will require some interaction throughout the day so make sure you don't set it up and then go out all day! What will I need to make a Sundial? A dowel or stick. A piece of card.Some blue tac or play dough (if you don't mind it going hard). A pen. How do I make a Sundial and do this activity? Pick a sunny day with…
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