Book: 50 fantastic ideas for forest school by @childcareguru_ via @BloomsburyEd

Published by Bloomsbury Education

50 Fantastic Ideas for Forest School

£10.99*
9.2

Content

9.0/10

Accessible

9.5/10

Authority

8.5/10

Practical

10.0/10

Value

9.0/10

Pros

  • Book filled with activities that spark creativity and encourage development and learning in a natural environment.
  • Photos and ideas clearly set out throughout to help inspire practitioners..
  • Each activity lists resources required, along with tips and health & safety considerations.
  • Activities designed for all seasons, with engaging ideas to keep young minds occupied outdoors.

Supported by Bloomsbury Education


  • Book supporting early years development.
  • Easy-to-follow activities that encourage outdoor learning all year round.
  • Photos and ideas clearly set out throughout to help inspire practitioners.
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Jamie Victoria Barnes, the creator of The Childcare Guruuses her wealth of knowledge to present an invaluable resource filled with activities that spark creativity and encourage development and learning in a natural environment, perfect for helping young children enjoy a healthy and balanced lifestyle.

The benefits of rich outdoor learning experiences are second to none. Outdoor learning offers holistic development for every child and in a fast-paced world heavily focussed on technology, forest schools provide a stimulating and relaxed environment to learn in, away from time pressures and electric devices. 50 Fantastic Ideas for Forest School presents full-colour photographs and easy-to-follow activities from Forest School TV to natural art self-portraits to get young children outside and reconnecting with the natural world, supporting their emotional and spiritual wellbeing.

*RRP – Correct at the time of publication

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