- How would you survive?
- What would you do?
- What games would you play?
- Where would you make a fire?
- What would you sit on?
Today we explored the back platground as an area for practising outdoor learning skills which we can take further away from school, like to The Peedie Sea, Muddisdale and Scapa. Even in this small space we thought of a few things we could do:
Early years - we are all going on a bear hunt....
Everyone - traversing the trees at the top of the muddy slippery bank
We realised there are games we play already which could be shared and become popular with everyone - perhaps we should make a map? Look out for that on our noticeboard.
We ran out of time for making hot chocolate with the kelly kettle but we will have time next week as we start at 2pm and we are going to check out the front playground and the Peedie Sea for potential.
A high priority is to make an equipment list and a desirable kit list for children. Perhaps we should have some spare kit - waterproofs and wellies?
Meantime we are going to gather the logs to a good place for the kelly kettle.