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Kindergarten at Forest School: Week 3

Posted on: 18 Mar 2016 by Weston Green School | Category: Forest School, Kindergarten

Kindergarten at Forest School: Week 3








The sun shone beautifully for our last Forest School session of the term. The children were happy and excited as they arrived at camp and remembered all of the golden rules.

During our boundary walk, the children found a letter and present addressed to Weston Green Forest School, hidden in the brambles.

We sat at our camp circle and opened it, eagerly anticipating who the sender was and what was inside. It was from the Forest Fairies who wanted to say thank you for the lovely houses and bog people the children had made during our last session. 

They gave us invisible cloaks and set us the task of decorating our capes with natural materials that we could find in the woods. 

This week we also got lots of time to follow our own interests and complete tasks that we chose ourselves. Some of us made mud pies or looked for minibeasts, while others enjoyed exploring the woodland environment, jumping over logs and balancing on a piece of dead wood. 

Some of us just enjoyed relaxing in the sunshine.  

At the end of the session we enjoyed a cup of hot chocolate and a snack while reading the story ‘The Mixed-up Chameleon’ by Eric Carle. 

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