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Muddy Faces

Published on 03.02.19

Winter Time

Fantastic February with Muddy Faces

Where do you read yours?

Join in our fun catalogue competition. Share a photo or video of your new Muddy Faces catalogue on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram, tag us, and use hashtags #MuddyFacescatalogue2019 #wheredoyoureadyours? We'll send a £20 gift voucher to our 2 favourites.

If you signed up for a catalogue before 6 January you should have received yours by now - if you're a teacher, ask in your school office whether they have one for you to read.

Big apologies to anyone that requested a catalogue after the 6 January - you may not have received yours yet. We sent our mailing list to our distributors on that date, and they did a mass mailout for us. Now we are super-busy and inundated with orders - which is brilliant for us but means it's taking us a while to get though individual requests. Thank you for your patience.

We've extended the deadline of our #wheredoyoureadyours competition to the end of February, so everyone has a chance to take part.

If you would like a catalogue order it here
(free in the UK, shipping costs apply outside UK)

Request for help

We received this recently, from a Turkish school looking for a Forest School partner in the UK – can anyone help?
Dear Sir/ Madam,
I am an English teacher in Muğla, the Aegean part of Turkey, in Güllük primary school.
We are preparing an EU Project KA229 student exchange including forest school activities such as survival skills, art in forest, maths, science, language learning in forest, nature bonding activities and games. Each exchange takes five days.
After the project finishes, we will be doing forest activities within our school and integrating the activities in the curriculum.
We are applying on 21st of March. We need a forest school partner. However, our age group is between 5 and 11. I think it is a problem because forest schools are generally kindergartens. I would be very happy to get positive answer about the partnership, or help us about finding partner.

Please contact Emel Küçükoğlu directly to find out more or if you can help.


Our one stop shop has a diverse selection of practical, educational and inspiring products for all your forest school, outdoor play and learning requirements.

Snow and Ice

£7.50 exVAT

Colour photographs of the natural world are used as the starting point for simple activities investigating scientific principles - what happens when water freezes, how animals move on ice and why icebergs are dangerous to ships.

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£0.00 exVAT

This oversized thermometer features a large, accurate 30cm glass kerosene-filled magnifying tube. Its range is -40° to 50° Centigrade / -40° to 120° Fahrenheit.

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Outdoor Hub:

The Outdoor Hub has a wealth of inspiring activities, events and information. Each section has been designed to encourage engagement in the outdoors, connection with nature and to help spark imaginative play and creativity.

Hanging ice decorations

A simple winter activity for children making ice decorations to decorate those bare trees.

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Snowy nightlight footsteps

A fun activity for children to do on a snowy day. Make a light trail along a snowy path - and go for a little light trail walk when it is dark.

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