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- Why Clay is an Essential Material for Pre-Schools
- Build a Mud Kitchen - Why Playing with Mud is Good For Children
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- Not a Parent's Evening but a Goal Setting Conference.
- Activities to Build Children's Language Development from Ages 3-5.
- Fairy Houses in the Woods.
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Category Archives: forest schools
Regular readers will remember that when I moved to the US, I struggled to find a preschool that I was entirely happy with. I became so disillusioned that I decided to home preschool for a year. I’d lost faith of ever finding … Continue reading
Look I think someone has been building fairy houses in the trees! Do you believe in fairies? On a quiet walk around Beaver Lake Park, we discovered that they had taken up residence. Had the fairies crafted their own houses … Continue reading
We had a lovely time today at Glenny Woods organised by our local Children’s Centre. Glenny Woods is a wonderful woodland centre owned by the Scouts Movement. They have an indoor room with a veranda for when it is wet, an area … Continue reading