Woodland Creatures (Exploring Play)

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This classical tale from European folklore brings us into the journey of two weary travellers who arrive at a village in the forest looking for somewhere to stay and something to eat.

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As the villagers attempt to turn them away they teach them the value of helping those that are less fortunate than themselves. A great stimulus for finding food in the forest to share, sensory play in the mud kitchen and shelter building to give the poor travellers somewhere to rest. Beautifully illustrated and engaging without anthropomorphising, this book is a lovely introduction to the lives of woodland animals in winter.

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A fantasy tale about the adventures of superworm and all his minibeast friends as they defeat the evil plans of Wizard Lizard. A fun way of introducing the names of lots of different woodland minibeasts and endless possibilities for imaginative play in the forest. A modern classic needing no introduction, a tale which even the very youngest in the group can join in with through actions and well known refrains. A brilliant basis for all sorts of creative and literacy activities as well as a way of dispelling misconceptions on science.

Who actually does live in the deep dark wood? This is an ideal story for extending the interest of children in what they can see happening in the world around them and thinking about what impact the weather has on our woodland habitats.

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A combination of facts and story telling makes this an excellent inclusion in a topic on woodland animals. So many opportunities here for role play and sensory fun as you join the journey of a family on an adventure they may not have fully risk assessed through the woods! If its safe to do so where you are, why not take along some tuff trays and involve the children in some barefoot forest fun as they squelch through the mud and splash through the water.

Do children in your groups have separation anxiety when their parents or carers leave them?

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A sensitive way to stimulate discussions in circle time while also learning about some beautiful but rarely seen woodland creatures. Lots of opportunity for language development and creative play. One of my favourite forest memories comes after reading this book when the group of pre-schoolers that I was working with decided to make may poles around the posts holding our shelter up and thread daisies that they had gathered into wool that they had wrapped around the pole.


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That was their way of expressing their wonder about the beauty in the forest on that spring day and it has certainly stuck with me. A poignant environmental message that is sadly even more relevant today than when it was first written in Local primary schools can use the woodland as their outdoor classroom, where we incorporate their current curriculum topics into their outdoor learning experience.

Age : All ages and abilities are welcome. Time : Full day estimated Number of people: We take groups of up to 35 children at a time. We require 1 teacher to 8 children. Each day is tailored to meet your needs.

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A fantasy tale about the adventures of superworm and all his minibeast friends as they defeat the evil plans of Wizard Lizard. A fun way of introducing the names of lots of different woodland minibeasts and endless possibilities for imaginative play in the forest.

A modern classic needing no introduction, a tale which even the very youngest in the group can join in with through actions and well known refrains. A brilliant basis for all sorts of creative and literacy activities as well as a way of dispelling misconceptions on science. Who actually does live in the deep dark wood?

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This is an ideal story for extending the interest of children in what they can see happening in the world around them and thinking about what impact the weather has on our woodland habitats. A combination of facts and story telling makes this an excellent inclusion in a topic on woodland animals. So many opportunities here for role play and sensory fun as you join the journey of a family on an adventure they may not have fully risk assessed through the woods!

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If its safe to do so where you are, why not take along some tuff trays and involve the children in some barefoot forest fun as they squelch through the mud and splash through the water. Do children in your groups have separation anxiety when their parents or carers leave them? A sensitive way to stimulate discussions in circle time while also learning about some beautiful but rarely seen woodland creatures.

Lots of opportunity for language development and creative play. One of my favourite forest memories comes after reading this book when the group of pre-schoolers that I was working with decided to make may poles around the posts holding our shelter up and thread daisies that they had gathered into wool that they had wrapped around the pole.

That was their way of expressing their wonder about the beauty in the forest on that spring day and it has certainly stuck with me. A poignant environmental message that is sadly even more relevant today than when it was first written in A much longer book than most on this list but the colourful fantasy world that it describes is engaging for all ages.

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One of the activities that we enjoy introducing our trainees to is Forest Philosophy. An excerpt from this book makes an ideal stimulus for a philosophical discussion while surrounded by beautiful woodland. One for the crime investigators out there, join the woodland animals as they aim to find out where all their trees have gone. A creative way of looking at the theme of sustainability, deforestation and the woodland environment.

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