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Design and Make a Shelter Lesson Plan Taster

Design and Make a Shelter Lesson Plan Taster

About This Primary Resource

A fun and engaging activity plan focused around designing and building a shelter in the woods. This taster resource has been kindly shared with us by the Forestry Commission England, the full resource pack can be downloaded for free from their website.

The pack contains a variety of different teaching ideas relating to EYFS, including understanding the world, mathematics, expressive arts, and KS1, geographical vocabulary, place knowledge and design & technology.

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Comments

  1. Claire Smith

    We’re looking to extend our outdoor ideas and I’ve kind of been left for the search of ideas

  2. chris adlam

    starting a forest school

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