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Forest School Session Plans – 1 Of 6 | Free EYFS & KS1 Resources

The first of our Forest School session plans designed to encourage, motivate, engage and inspire children through positive outdoor experiences.

Some of the objectives of this session:
- explain the difference between Inside/Outside
- look at manmade and natural objects.
- sort objects into 2 categories – manmade and natural
- play the game ‘Sticky Elbows’
- help the children to recognise and name Woodland objects - sit and listen to a story

It may be useful to use the following risk assessment template alongside this plan.
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  1. Eliza

    We have only recently started using the forest school ideology in our setting and these plans have given us a really good starting point. Great ideas in all 6.

  2. Amanda Jewell

    Brilliant!

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