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Subject Resources

Below you will find home learning information and links across different subjects within the school curriculum. Click on the links below to jump to a section for more information:

English MathsComputing

HistoryGeographyPSCHE & PE

Art Forest School Design and Technology

English

Please continue to use at home for reading and comprehension activities:

       

Story Online

A children's literacy website from the SAG-AFTRA Foundation, Storyline Online streams videos featuring award-winning actors reading children's books with illustrations. Each book includes a supplemental curriculum developed by an elementary school educator, which aims to improve comprehension and verbal and written skills, particularly for English-language learners. Celebrity readers include Viola Davis, Chris Pine, Kevin Costner, Annette Bening, James Earl Jones, Betty White and dozens more.

EPIC

Epic is a digital library for kids age 12 and under, which is offering free remote access worldwide through June, based on teacher request. Students will be able to access Epic's digital library collection of 40,000 books, audiobooks and videos. 

Ks 1 Literacy Activities

Below are some activity ideas for your child to complete at home:

 

https://chatterpack.net/blogs/blog/resources-list-for-home-learning

 

 

https://www.giftofcuriosity.com/literacy-activities-for-kids-page/

 

 

https://kids.classroomsecrets.co.uk

 

https://www.edshed.com/en-gb/login

 

https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/#

 

 

https://www.twinkl.com/home-learning-hub

 

 

https://2simple.com/purple-mash/

 

 

https://home.oxfordowl.co.uk

 

 

https://www.tts-group.co.uk/home+learning+activities.html

 

Maths

Whiterose Maths

Whiterose maths are providing online videos and worksheets linked to their planning. The individual lessons can be accessed by going onto their website. This is fantastic for our Year 1 children as it is content they would have been covering in school.

Year 2 have already covered some of the content as we were planning to do revision in the Summer term but it is a good recap for the Year 2 children. It also has resources for EYFS based on a book, but the activities can be done without reading the book. The content on the website will be updated on a weekly basis.

White Rose Early Years Activities

White Rose Year 1 Maths Lessons

Whiterose Year 2 Maths Lessons

Other maths websites:

                   

Computing

There are so many websites with games and activities to complete but the BBC Bitesize website also provides support for KS1 computing learning and helps to reinforce vocabulary learnt during computing lessons at school.

History 

EYFS History

  • Call a member of your family and ask what their school was like.
  • Discuss events that occur regularly within your child's experience, for example seasonal patterns, daily routines and celebrations.
  • Help your child to develop a sense of change over time and help them to differentiate between past and present by growing plants or looking at photographs of their life. Talk about past and present events in their own lives and in those of other members of the family or friends.
  • Encourage investigative behaviour and raise questions such as, ‘What do you think?', ‘Tell me more about?', 'What will happen if..?', ‘What else could we try?', ‘What could it be used for?' and ‘How might it work?'
  • Use language relating to time in conversations, for example, ‘yesterday', ‘old', ‘past', ‘now' and ‘then'.
  • Read stories that introduce a sense of time and people from the past.
  • During the spring and summer, children observe the life cycle of frogs, butterflies and annual plants in the garden and describe and draw the changes over time.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/cbbc/shows/horrible-histories

 KS1 History 

  • Call a member of your family and ask what their school was like.
  • Encourage investigative behaviour and raise questions such as, ‘What do you think?', ‘Tell me more about?', 'What will happen if..?', ‘What else could we try?', ‘What could it be used for?' and ‘How might it work?'
  • Get your child to see that history is all around them – where they walk, where they live, where they go to school. Ask questions about the type of people that may have lived there and the kind of lives they may have lived. How did children keep themselves entertained in the past?
  • The best way to teach questioning skills is to ask ‘what if' questions. Encourage them to question, not accept. If the wheel hadn’t been invented what would have happened? History is the best lesson for practising asking and answering questions.
  • Read stories that introduce a sense of time and people from the past.
  • During the spring and summer, children observe the life cycle of frogs, butterflies and annual plants in the garden and describe and draw the changes over time.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/cbbc/shows/horrible-histories

Watch the video below to discover the evolution of Toys over 100 years! 

Geography

Useful websites:

                                                

EYFS geography

  • Develop your child’s geographical vocabulary and awareness of the local environment by talking about topics, such as the weather, seasons, the features you pass on the way to and from nursery or school
  • Introduce your child to maps, an atlas or a globe. You can use these to tell stories about different places in the world, talk about hot and cold climates, or to point out countries where people you know come from.
  • Use the free map on Google Earth to see the world in satellite photo form. Gaze over the landscapes, zoom in and imagine what life is like
  • Read stories that include different geographical locations and ideas. Ideas include The Jungle Book (tropical rainforest) and Aladdin (desert).
  • Talk about the journey a letter takes, the role of people who help to sort and deliver the mail – where does the postman get all the letters he delivers?
  • Expose your child to as wide a range of places and cultures as you can. Remember, you can do this through the resources around you (such as pictures, maps, television programmes, posters, visitors, stories, artwork, and music)

KS1 Geography

  • Introduce your child to maps, an atlas or a globe. You can use these to tell stories about different places in the world, talk about hot and cold climates, or to point out countries where people you know come from.
  • Play ‘Name a country’at the dinner table, or in the car. Each player takes it in turns to name a country, starting with A, then B, then C, then D, etc. If you get stuck, look through an atlas and discover a new part of the world!
  • Design your own country. Give it a name and draw its outline on a big piece of paper; plot its capital city, some exciting landmarks and interesting places to visit. What type of animals and plants can be found in your country? What language is spoken, what food is eaten and what is the national currency?
  • Use the free map on Google Earth to see the world in satellite photo form. Gaze over the landscapes, zoom in and imagine what life is like
  • Read stories that include different geographical locations and ideas. Ideas include The Jungle Book (tropical rainforest) and Aladdin (desert).
  • Find the geography in your home. Where in the world did your furniture, ornaments or kitchenware come from? What materials were used? How far did they travel? Are there any environmental issues?
  • Where did the vegetables you’re eating come from?
  • Talk about the journey a letter takes, the role of people who help to sort and deliver the mail – where does the postman get all the letters he delivers?
  • Expose your child to as wide a range of places and cultures as you can. Remember, you can do this through the resources around you (such as pictures, maps, television programmes, posters, visitors, stories, artwork, and music.

PSHCE & PE

The Body Coach TV

Please make sure that you tune into @thebodycoach daily PE lessons for a fun warm up to help you start your day, each morning from Monday to Friday at 9.00am: https://www.youtube.com/user/thebodycoach1 

TWINKL PSHCE

Register for free at www.twinkl.co.uk for lots of learning resources that are continuously updated. There are some lovely simple resources that can be used to promote discussion around the main themes of relationships, health and well-being and living in the wider word that can be found here: https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resources/home-key-stage-1-subjects/pshe 

BBC PSHCE Bitesize 

BBC Bitesize has some great information and resources for KS1 children to access: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/subjects/zmpfb9q 

Change 4 Life

Change 4 Life is an NHS funded organisation that supports parents and their children lead healthier, more active lifestyles. The website has a range of activities and recipes that can be tried at home:
https://www.nhs.uk/change4life/about-change4life 

Mr Mc School

Mr Mc school closure resources, click on PDF link ‘Let’s Get Physical’. Lots of ideas of ways to promote physical movement during home learning: https://www.mrmcmakingmemories.com/school-closure-resources 

Cosmic Yoga

Cosmic Yoga- a firm favourite with most children! This is an excellent way to sustain a healthy mind and body at home. There is an abundance of videos with different themes:

www.cosmickids.com

Headspace

Teach your child the fundamentals of meditation with simple, fun breathing exercises:

https://www.headspace.com/meditation/kids 

Active families

Click here for activities you can try at home to keep fit and healthy.

Tea Time Challenge by Sports Impact

Click here to see details of the challenge and watch the video below:

 

Art

Early years activity ideas

Please click the link below to access EYFS Art ideas to do with your child at home:

https://www.firstdiscoverers.co.uk/early-years-painting-activities-ideas/

Digital Art 

Take part in some digital art online:

http://scrapcoloring.com/ 

Free online colouring pages with colourful patterns, gradients, fabrics, papers and textures for hours of fun and creativity.

 

http://bomomo.com/   

Make some cool abstract compositions.

 

http://aminahsworld.org/   

Choose a digital background then build a collage by layering different materials.

 

 

http://toytheater.com/category/art/ 

Build with coloured blocks, doodling, designing, animation, and take a glimpse into processes like Matisse's painting and Japanese wood block prints.

 

 

 

Art Websites

Below is a list of art websites you can access and complete with your child at home:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/subjects/zyg4d2p

Click on the links and watch fantastic videos about famous artists, which will give you inspiration to create something of your own!

 

 

 

https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resources/craft-activities

Some great activities and printables. 

Enter the code- UKTWINKLHELPS this will give you access to twinkl resources throughout this time.  

 

 

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/Interactive.aspx?cat=84

Explore different games, quizzes and informative slideshows about famous artists.

 

 

https://www.tate.org.uk/kids/games-quizzes/street-art

 

You can MAKE, PLAY and EXPLORE on the TATE website, especially aimed for children.

 

Drawing and art apps for children 

Drawing with Carl (iOS app)

Paper by 53 (iOS app)

Scribblify (iOS and Android app)

Sketches (iOS app)

NGAkids Art Zone for iPad- This National gallery of art app contains eight interactive activities inspired by works in the collection of the National Gallery of Art, plus a sketchbook for freehand drawing and a personal exhibition space 

Design and Technology

Here are some DT ideas for you to try at home: 

  • Try the 30 day Lego challenge (Click here)
  • Bake together. Choose a recipe and work together to read the step by step instructions.  Remind children about the importance of washing hands and talk about food hygiene as you work.

       https://www.bbc.co.uk/food/collections/baking_with_children

  • Plan and make a healthy meal together. Involve your child as much as possible and let them use suitable equipment safely.

      https://www.bbcgoodfood.com/recipes/collection/kids-cooking

  • Sewing – Can you sew a small purse or a sock puppet?

      https://www.wikihow.com/Make-a-Sock-Puppet

  • Design and make a pop up card

       https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resource/ks1-hinge-and-lever-moving-dinosaur-craft-instructions-t-d-42

  • Make a bird feeder

      https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resource/t-t-2450-how-to-make-bird-feeders

  • Junk modelling – use some items from your recycling to make a variety of different things. Here are a few ideas

  • Practice finding different ways to join paper or other materials – you could use selotape, masking tape, staples, string, glue. What could you do to make your join stronger?

Playdough recipe

5 green crafts for spring

Forest School

Click on the picture below to access our recommended website for Forest School learning and outdoor ideas

                           

ACTIVITIES FOR EYFS & KS1:

Read or watch Michael Rosen's 'We're going on a bear hunt'. There is a great version on you tube of him reading it himself. Then, in your garden, set up your own Bear HUNT. Where will you go? Encourage children to use descriptive language.

            

  • Go on spring hunt: can you find the signs of sign e.g. flowers growing, buds coming out, weather getting warmer etc.
  • Observational drawing of plants/flowers.
  • Go on a minibeast hunt in your garden. Draw and label the minibeasts you found.
  • Make a bird feeder to hang in your garden.

 

Click below to watch a video on how to make a bird feeder by a Forest School teacher:

https://www.facebook.com/lonetreehilloutdoorexperience/videos/589176678343458/.

ACTIVITY IDEAS

Make a shower curtain using string/rope. Get some string and tie a knot at the bottom and top of your rope. Then go and find things that you wouldn’t find in your garden and slot them through the rope. Hang it up once you have done it. You could find different size sticks and arrange them from shortest to longest.

 

 

 

Make a den in your garden using Bamboo sticks/sticks, string or rope and camo net. If you don’t have a camo net, you can use an old curtain net.

 

 

 

Design your own park using natural materials. Give your child to go and design a park e.g. it could be a playground/ theme park etc.

 

 

Practise weaving with card and some wool. Insert natural materials in the card. Make some small slits around the cardboard to weave the wool around. 

 

 

 

Make a bookmark. Use double sided tape and stick things that you find e.g. things with different textures.

        

 

USEFUL WEBSITES:

Woodland trust

https://www.woodlandtrust.org.uk/support-us/act/your-school/resources/

The woodlands physical workouts: 

https://www.forestresearch.gov.uk/research/the-woodland-workout-teachers-guide/

Click on downloads and it will download the booklet of different physical activities you can try.

Subject Resources

Below you will find home learning information and links across different subjects within the school curriculum. Click on the links below to jump to a section for more information:

English MathsComputing

HistoryGeographyPSCHE & PE

Art Forest School Design and Technology

English

Please continue to use at home for reading and comprehension activities:

       

Story Online

A children's literacy website from the SAG-AFTRA Foundation, Storyline Online streams videos featuring award-winning actors reading children's books with illustrations. Each book includes a supplemental curriculum developed by an elementary school educator, which aims to improve comprehension and verbal and written skills, particularly for English-language learners. Celebrity readers include Viola Davis, Chris Pine, Kevin Costner, Annette Bening, James Earl Jones, Betty White and dozens more.

EPIC

Epic is a digital library for kids age 12 and under, which is offering free remote access worldwide through June, based on teacher request. Students will be able to access Epic's digital library collection of 40,000 books, audiobooks and videos. 

Ks 1 Literacy Activities

Below are some activity ideas for your child to complete at home:

 

https://chatterpack.net/blogs/blog/resources-list-for-home-learning

 

 

 

 

https://www.giftofcuriosity.com/literacy-activities-for-kids-page/

 

 

 

 

 

 

https://kids.classroomsecrets.co.uk

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

https://www.edshed.com/en-gb/login

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/#

 

 

               

 

 

 

https://www.twinkl.com/home-learning-hub

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

https://2simple.com/purple-mash/

 

 

 

 

 

 

https://home.oxfordowl.co.uk

 

 

 

https://www.tts-group.co.uk/home+learning+activities.html

 

 

 

Maths

Whiterose Maths

Whiterose maths are providing online videos and worksheets linked to their planning. The individual lessons can be accessed by going onto their website. This is fantastic for our Year 1 children as it is content they would have been covering in school.

Year 2 have already covered some of the content as we were planning to do revision in the Summer term but it is a good recap for the Year 2 children. It also has resources for EYFS based on a book, but the activities can be done without reading the book. The content on the website will be updated on a weekly basis.

White Rose Early Years Activities

White Rose Year 1 Maths Lessons

Whiterose Year 2 Maths Lessons

Other maths websites:

                   

Computing

There are so many websites with games and activities to complete but the BBC Bitesize website also provides support for KS1 computing learning and helps to reinforce vocabulary learnt during computing lessons at school.

History 

EYFS History

  • Call a member of your family and ask what their school was like.
  • Discuss events that occur regularly within your child's experience, for example seasonal patterns, daily routines and celebrations.
  • Help your child to develop a sense of change over time and help them to differentiate between past and present by growing plants or looking at photographs of their life. Talk about past and present events in their own lives and in those of other members of the family or friends.
  • Encourage investigative behaviour and raise questions such as, ‘What do you think?', ‘Tell me more about?', 'What will happen if..?', ‘What else could we try?', ‘What could it be used for?' and ‘How might it work?'
  • Use language relating to time in conversations, for example, ‘yesterday', ‘old', ‘past', ‘now' and ‘then'.
  • Read stories that introduce a sense of time and people from the past.
  • During the spring and summer, children observe the life cycle of frogs, butterflies and annual plants in the garden and describe and draw the changes over time.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/cbbc/shows/horrible-histories

 KS1 History 

  • Call a member of your family and ask what their school was like.
  • Encourage investigative behaviour and raise questions such as, ‘What do you think?', ‘Tell me more about?', 'What will happen if..?', ‘What else could we try?', ‘What could it be used for?' and ‘How might it work?'
  • Get your child to see that history is all around them – where they walk, where they live, where they go to school. Ask questions about the type of people that may have lived there and the kind of lives they may have lived. How did children keep themselves entertained in the past?
  • The best way to teach questioning skills is to ask ‘what if' questions. Encourage them to question, not accept. If the wheel hadn’t been invented what would have happened? History is the best lesson for practising asking and answering questions.
  • Read stories that introduce a sense of time and people from the past.
  • During the spring and summer, children observe the life cycle of frogs, butterflies and annual plants in the garden and describe and draw the changes over time.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/cbbc/shows/horrible-histories

Watch the video below to discover the evolution of Toys over 100 years! 

Geography

Useful websites:

                                                

EYFS geography

  • Develop your child’s geographical vocabulary and awareness of the local environment by talking about topics, such as the weather, seasons, the features you pass on the way to and from nursery or school
  • Introduce your child to maps, an atlas or a globe. You can use these to tell stories about different places in the world, talk about hot and cold climates, or to point out countries where people you know come from.
  • Use the free map on Google Earth to see the world in satellite photo form. Gaze over the landscapes, zoom in and imagine what life is like
  • Read stories that include different geographical locations and ideas. Ideas include The Jungle Book (tropical rainforest) and Aladdin (desert).
  • Talk about the journey a letter takes, the role of people who help to sort and deliver the mail – where does the postman get all the letters he delivers?
  • Expose your child to as wide a range of places and cultures as you can. Remember, you can do this through the resources around you (such as pictures, maps, television programmes, posters, visitors, stories, artwork, and music)

KS1 Geography

  • Introduce your child to maps, an atlas or a globe. You can use these to tell stories about different places in the world, talk about hot and cold climates, or to point out countries where people you know come from.
  • Play ‘Name a country’at the dinner table, or in the car. Each player takes it in turns to name a country, starting with A, then B, then C, then D, etc. If you get stuck, look through an atlas and discover a new part of the world!
  • Design your own country. Give it a name and draw its outline on a big piece of paper; plot its capital city, some exciting landmarks and interesting places to visit. What type of animals and plants can be found in your country? What language is spoken, what food is eaten and what is the national currency?
  • Use the free map on Google Earth to see the world in satellite photo form. Gaze over the landscapes, zoom in and imagine what life is like
  • Read stories that include different geographical locations and ideas. Ideas include The Jungle Book (tropical rainforest) and Aladdin (desert).
  • Find the geography in your home. Where in the world did your furniture, ornaments or kitchenware come from? What materials were used? How far did they travel? Are there any environmental issues?
  • Where did the vegetables you’re eating come from?
  • Talk about the journey a letter takes, the role of people who help to sort and deliver the mail – where does the postman get all the letters he delivers?
  • Expose your child to as wide a range of places and cultures as you can. Remember, you can do this through the resources around you (such as pictures, maps, television programmes, posters, visitors, stories, artwork, and music.

PSHCE & PE

The Body Coach TV

Please make sure that you tune into @thebodycoach daily PE lessons for a fun warm up to help you start your day, each morning from Monday to Friday at 9.00am: https://www.youtube.com/user/thebodycoach1 

TWINKL PSHCE

Register for free at www.twinkl.co.uk for lots of learning resources that are continuously updated. There are some lovely simple resources that can be used to promote discussion around the main themes of relationships, health and well-being and living in the wider word that can be found here: https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resources/home-key-stage-1-subjects/pshe 

BBC PSHCE Bitesize 

BBC Bitesize has some great information and resources for KS1 children to access: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/subjects/zmpfb9q 

Change 4 Life

Change 4 Life is an NHS funded organisation that supports parents and their children lead healthier, more active lifestyles. The website has a range of activities and recipes that can be tried at home:
https://www.nhs.uk/change4life/about-change4life 

Mr Mc School

Mr Mc school closure resources, click on PDF link ‘Let’s Get Physical’. Lots of ideas of ways to promote physical movement during home learning: https://www.mrmcmakingmemories.com/school-closure-resources 

Cosmic Yoga

Cosmic Yoga- a firm favourite with most children! This is an excellent way to sustain a healthy mind and body at home. There is an abundance of videos with different themes:

www.cosmickids.com

Headspace

Teach your child the fundamentals of meditation with simple, fun breathing exercises:

https://www.headspace.com/meditation/kids 

Active families

Click here for activities you can try at home to keep fit and healthy.

Tea Time Challenge by Sports Impact

Click here to see details of the challenge and watch the video below:

 

Art

Early years activity ideas

Please click the link below to access EYFS Art ideas to do with your child at home:

https://www.firstdiscoverers.co.uk/early-years-painting-activities-ideas/

Digital Art 

Take part in some digital art online:

http://scrapcoloring.com/ 

Free online colouring pages with colourful patterns, gradients, fabrics, papers and textures for hours of fun and creativity.

 

http://bomomo.com/   

Make some cool abstract compositions.

 

http://aminahsworld.org/   

Choose a digital background then build a collage by layering different materials.

 

 

http://toytheater.com/category/art/ 

Build with coloured blocks, doodling, designing, animation, and take a glimpse into processes like Matisse's painting and Japanese wood block prints.

 

 

 

Art Websites

Below is a list of art websites you can access and complete with your child at home:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/subjects/zyg4d2p

Click on the links and watch fantastic videos about famous artists, which will give you inspiration to create something of your own!

 

 

 

https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resources/craft-activities

Some great activities and printables. 

Enter the code- UKTWINKLHELPS this will give you access to twinkl resources throughout this time.  

 

 

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/Interactive.aspx?cat=84

Explore different games, quizzes and informative slideshows about famous artists.

 

 

https://www.tate.org.uk/kids/games-quizzes/street-art

 

You can MAKE, PLAY and EXPLORE on the TATE website, especially aimed for children.

 

Drawing and art apps for children 

Drawing with Carl (iOS app)

Paper by 53 (iOS app)

Scribblify (iOS and Android app)

Sketches (iOS app)

NGAkids Art Zone for iPad- This National gallery of art app contains eight interactive activities inspired by works in the collection of the National Gallery of Art, plus a sketchbook for freehand drawing and a personal exhibition space 

Design and Technology

Here are some DT ideas for you to try at home: 

  • Try the 30 day Lego challenge (Click here)
  • Bake together. Choose a recipe and work together to read the step by step instructions.  Remind children about the importance of washing hands and talk about food hygiene as you work.

       https://www.bbc.co.uk/food/collections/baking_with_children

  • Plan and make a healthy meal together. Involve your child as much as possible and let them use suitable equipment safely.

      https://www.bbcgoodfood.com/recipes/collection/kids-cooking

  • Sewing – Can you sew a small purse or a sock puppet?

      https://www.wikihow.com/Make-a-Sock-Puppet

  • Design and make a pop up card

       https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resource/ks1-hinge-and-lever-moving-dinosaur-craft-instructions-t-d-42

  • Make a bird feeder

      https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resource/t-t-2450-how-to-make-bird-feeders

  • Junk modelling – use some items from your recycling to make a variety of different things. Here are a few ideas

  • Practice finding different ways to join paper or other materials – you could use selotape, masking tape, staples, string, glue. What could you do to make your join stronger?

Playdough recipe

5 green crafts for spring

Forest School

Click on the picture below to access our recommended website for Forest School learning and outdoor ideas

                           

ACTIVITIES FOR EYFS & KS1:

Read or watch Michael Rosen's 'We're going on a bear hunt'. There is a great version on you tube of him reading it himself. Then, in your garden, set up your own Bear HUNT. Where will you go? Encourage children to use descriptive language.

            

  • Go on spring hunt: can you find the signs of sign e.g. flowers growing, buds coming out, weather getting warmer etc.
  • Observational drawing of plants/flowers.
  • Go on a minibeast hunt in your garden. Draw and label the minibeasts you found.
  • Make a bird feeder to hang in your garden.

 

Click below to watch a video on how to make a bird feeder by a Forest School teacher:

https://www.facebook.com/lonetreehilloutdoorexperience/videos/589176678343458/.

ACTIVITY IDEAS

Make a shower curtain using string/rope. Get some string and tie a knot at the bottom and top of your rope. Then go and find things that you wouldn’t find in your garden and slot them through the rope. Hang it up once you have done it. You could find different size sticks and arrange them from shortest to longest.

 

 

 

Make a den in your garden using Bamboo sticks/sticks, string or rope and camo net. If you don’t have a camo net, you can use an old curtain net.

 

 

 

Design your own park using natural materials. Give your child to go and design a park e.g. it could be a playground/ theme park etc.

 

 

Practise weaving with card and some wool. Insert natural materials in the card. Make some small slits around the cardboard to weave the wool around. 

 

 

 

Make a bookmark. Use double sided tape and stick things that you find e.g. things with different textures.

        

 

USEFUL WEBSITES:

Woodland trust

https://www.woodlandtrust.org.uk/support-us/act/your-school/resources/

The woodlands physical workouts: 

https://www.forestresearch.gov.uk/research/the-woodland-workout-teachers-guide/

Click on downloads and it will download the booklet of different physical activities you can try.