Making lemonade, Outdoor Classroom Day and International Mud Week!

Busy busy this month, as the weather warmed up we made lemonade to keep us cool. With Sarah or Val by each child’s side, we taught some outdoor life skills to the little ones. We really enjoyed watching how they listened intently how to use our knife safely to cut lemons. It was also quite funny to watch their little faces when they tasted the lemonade before sugar was added!!

lemonade lemon taste cut lemons

Earlier this month we had such good fun with our activities for  #OutdoorClassroomWeek. Some of the older children knew how to play Noughts & Crosses, beautiful to see them teaching the younger ones. Others made some cool shapes.

Shapes Noughts & Crosses

Our super warm weather wasn’t to last but luckily the weather was rainy for our International Mud Week! Creative hand prints, welly and boot prints, drawings and writing names this last week and of course this all had to begin with jumping in muddy puddles first!

mud week writing in mud

We’ve had a great month and loving have lots and lots of new faces each Forest School session.

Take care for now.

Thanks for dropping by,

Val and Sarah