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Kymbrook Primary School

Kymbrook Primary School

Friday 19th November 2021

This week all the Kymbrook Rangers have enjoyed a selection of 3 activities in their Forest School session.

There was den building with tarpaulin, painting with mud and a bug window. The den building is seeing more independence with children working in small groups with a lot of thought going into additions like fire pits, beds and even a mini golf course in the garden!

The mud painting was messy but a lot of fun! Children would put mud and enough water to make the mud paint to the right consistency adding colour if they chose. There was amazing artwork produced by all! Some abstract and some self-portraits! The bug window was a new activity.

We raised a long piece of Perspex off the ground, high enough for a child to lay under. The children would move around the field with trowels to dig up bugs like worms! They would then put the bugs discovered on the Perspex and lay underneath to view them. The children did enjoy this and some found it a challenge to be that close to a bug! Time really does fly by as we are all having so much fun!


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