The session began in Leafy woods around the Fire Circle listening to the story of 'Oliver's Vegetables'. A group of children then helped one of the parent helpers to move, cut and store the branches that had been cut down across the school. The old tent was a big hit for a cosy reading corner. The introduction of using a hammer or mallet to learn a new skill had lots of interest.
Finding their Forest School name tags. The children were asked to use their senses to find their tags. Some were placed high in branches while others were hidden on the ground under leaves. The children then hid each others!
'The floor is lava' is probably the children's favourite game. Today they had to move around making the noise of the given animal, there were some very funny and clever interpretations of snails! The choice of where to climb and balance off the floor has improved greatly along with their confidence.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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