This simple color scavenger hunt for kids is unbelievably easy to throw together last minute and the kids have fun with it every single year. Great outdoor activity for kids, summer activity for kids, kids camping activity, color learning activity, and preschool color activity.
SC.1.L.14.1 Make observations of living things and their environment using the five senses.--Students will go on a nature walk to observe the world around them. The teacher can choose to use all five senses or focus in on a specific sense each time, like a listening walk. Students will come back to the class and record what they observed.
*** FREEBIE! *** Take a stroll and soak up the sights and sounds of Nature... A fun outside activity allowing your children to experience the simple pleasures of nature! Includes a mini lesson plan and a worksheet based on the 5 senses to follow up their outdoor experience *** Both spellings of 'Smelt' & 'Smelled' included to meet the grammatical needs of your part of the globe! ***
Making your own nature paint brushes is easy, fun and free! It will get you and your kids out in the nature and kids will have a blast collecting natural materials - And pine needles make fantastic brushes!
The Outdoor Classroom Provocations & Beautiful Materials Take a moment and picture this … Jake and Ian rush down the sidewalk racing yellow trucks. Elise relaxingly swings in the shady hammock. Emyrsen and Cassie talk beneath a tree, begin to laugh, and run off. Sloane uses all her might to roll a tire up the …
This is a fun way to extend the Art curriculum outdoors. Make containers of branches and stones available. The children can then use them to create a surface for painting. Let the children paint directly onto the snow with brushes. Encourage children to clean up by returning the sticks/stones and flipping the snow over with a shovel, then smoothing it over.