FB groups & pages
We asked for your recommendations - these are your favourite outdoor play and learning Facebook groups & pages.
At the end of April 2020 we posted this message:
“We want to follow more projects and organisations on Facebook so we can share with you more of the wide range of brilliant and inspiring outdoors-focused opportunities and resources there are out there.
- Who should we be following?
- Who inspires you?
- Feel free to suggest yourselves!”
Your responses are listed below, in alphabetical order. Do share any more with firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks.
Forever Green Forest School
Sarah Chisam said “really enjoying their posts about things you can do at home.”
Ladybirds Nature Parent & Toddler Group FB group
“the first step towards creating Wales’ first Nature Kindergarten. This group focuses on your relationship as a parent with your child interacting with nature.”
Linden Children’s Centre
Vanessa Collins said “Linden Children’s Centre are doing loads to support the families and children in Hackney!” Lauren Louise said “My children’s Pre-school, they are so lucky to have their own private woodland!”
Milford Pre-School Plus
Sarah Rix said “Trying my best to keep our children updated with daily activities! :blush:”
Open-ended Play Spaces & Experiences FB group
” to encourage the sharing of inspiration, resources and activity ideas for open/ended play experiences.”
Primary Forest Schools
Ellen Blackwood said “We are sending out free home learning packs and posting regular activities.
Releasing their Wild
Lisa Jane said “A blog of activities that you can do at home with your children.”
West Boldon Lodge
Tom Mower said “Daily activities including weekly outdoor learning, simple science & crafts 4 kids videos. Also on Instagram & Twitter.”
Wildschooling FB group
“this is a gathering place for nature-bonded home educators who are passionate about supporting a nature-bonded, active & joyful childhood. Here we’ll explore nature’s role in providing a nourishing, dynamic and creative education that honors the whole child. ”