5 Outdoor Activities from Fruits of the Forest

        
5 Outdoor Activities from Fruits of the Forest

5677f1ee0a0268f2b575b1e5307a5411.jpgGet Creative with Fruits of the Forest!

Run by Ruth Hill, Fruits of the Forest aims to help children grow in health and happiness.

Fruits of the Forest provide forest school fun for schools and Early Years in:
-Forest School-Level 3
-Fun active after school clubs
-Cooking clubs
-Support and advice on healthy eating
-Focus days
-Forest Birthday Parties in the woodlands at Pedmore CE Primary School.

Forest School Leader, Ruth Hill, has come up with 5 Outdoor Activities to keep children happy and busy in the fresh air. You may need a grown up to help you for some of these activities.  Follow the links for each activity:

1. Make a Bird Feeder
You need bird seed, pine cone, lard and string. This is easy to do and the birds will love it.

2. Make a Bow and Arrow
Have fun with your own bow and arrow. You just need willow and string - and then your own imagination!

3. Spiders Web
Make a web with sticks, string and pipe cleaners. You could also use this method to make a Dream Catcher.

4. Make a Stick Man
Make a man/lady with a stick, clay googly eyes and clothes. You could make a whole family - and maybe do a puppet show.

5. Leaf Bashing
Or ‘hammazone’ as it’s sometimes called, is a great activity and you will create a lovely print.

Why not sure photos of your creations on the 1e2d0d0430990a3d4babf2d48dc52fe2.jpgFruits of the Forest facebook page! 

If you have got a favourite outdoor activity, feel free to share it with us! Just email Ruth here. 




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