Hello! How are you on this lovely Sunday evening? I have been sharing my #30DaysWild adventures on Instagram and Twitter (take a look here and here) but thought I would do a little round up on my blog.
I am absolutely loving #30DaysWild this year and have really enjoyed all the social media sharing that has been happening, especially on Twitter and Instagram! The first week of June was half term and so I was ‘wilding’ it all on my own. However Monday we went back to school and boy did I make the most of it with my class (armed with my super duper teacher pack!)
What a brilliant first day of #30dayswild with the class! This collage shows my fab schools pack ready for action as well as a snapshot of our field and wildlife area as well as one of my children in the process of making their 30 Days Wild Journals. The children were so enthusiastic and I have so many great shots of them running here, there and everywhere to find an A to Z of Nature in our school grounds. Thanks @thewildlifetrusts! #nature #wildlife #everychildwild #teachersfollowteachers #teachersofinstagram #lovemyjob #explorenature
I devoted nearly the whole day to a nature themed lessons, in Literacy we made nature journals and then carried out an A to Z of nature in our school. Maths was a lesson on measurement which was actually taken from the Wildlife Trust resources. On Tuesday I took my class to Hunstanton and we had great fun sharing #30DaysWild on the beach as well as exploring nature by the seaside.
The children are really enjoying our experiences and next week I am going to be heading out into the KS1 and KS2 playgrounds to do some activities at lunchtime with the children. I can’t wait and will definitely share here some of the things we got up to!