It is time to go Through the Keyhole with Lloyd the Goblin and meet the residents of the exclusive hillside community of Fishponds Woods. Forest School session involving mini shelter building.
This week we are joined by a guest blogger. Hear all about his adventure and find out what horrifying sight greeted him when he peeped out from behind the oak tree. So without further ado, meet The Bog Baby. Forest School session based on a story by Jeanne Willis.
Al fresco dining at its best? What is on the menu at our woodland banquet? Read the reviews by renowned food critics MacLeod the fairy and Rayner the elf . Will they give our restaurants the thumbs up or close them down? Forest School session involving mud, mud, glorious mud.
Which tree in our woods, streets and parks has a sleeping dragon curled around the roots? Fun facts and activity ideas for children based on the second tree in the Celtic Tree Alphabet.
Do you need a good excuse to tell a story? Well, this week is National Story Telling Week. Find out our recommendations for the best children’s stories to read around the campfire.
Have you ordered your seeds and plug plants yet? Have you seen a lamb in the fields already? Are the birds in your garden beginning to build nests? Is Spring really on its way? Find out how we celebrated Mid winter with our children this week.
The perfect picture story book for exploring with young children how to keep warm in cold weather. Can you solve ‘The Hat and Mitten Challenge’? A Forest School session involving games and mini shelter building.
A Forest School session to celebrate Winnie the Pooh Day. In which the children find Pooh’s hunny pots and help his friends build shelters.
What do the first meteor shower of the year and plastic spoons have in common? Could they be the perfect hook for a Forest School session?
Looking for a Forest School activity to start the new term? Can your children help Blackberry after a very stormy night in the woods?