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Red Leaf, Yellow Leaf, Green and Brown…

This week, both classes played a game called ‘I am the Wind’. The children pretended to be leaves, listening carefully to ‘the wind’, and running around the outside of the circle whenever it blew them (…I am the wind, I blow the leaves, Now I’m blowing leaves who are wearing red/have glasses/with black hair etc)

Activities on offer today included leaf threading. The children chose a pattern using colour, shape or size, and threaded the leaves together…

Leaf pictures were enjoyed by everyone…especially as we made our own mud paint!

And as always, there was opportunity for the children to choose and to be creative. One group of children worked together using up their leftover mud paint to make a lighthouse! Conkers, acorns and pine cones were used to make patterns and pictures and for filling and emptying, and different areas of the site were explored and enjoyed.

 

2 Responses to “Red Leaf, Yellow Leaf, Green and Brown…”

  1. Sam mum says:

    Great job Sam , I am so pleased my son started this year in your school . You idea about leafs perfect and professional . Thank you so much for to let us share our children in Forest Blog .
    Many thanks

  2. Deb Smith says:

    Welcome to our blog! And thank you for your comments. I’m glad that you’re enjoying looking at all the activities Sam has done. It’s clear that he’s very happy outdoors and really loves exploring.

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