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Education Pack: Woodland Tales

These materials, aimed at primary learners, use stories and narrative to explore and understand the environment around us. Designed for use outside the classroom when visiting a wildlife area, they link to the topic areas of plants and animals in the local environment and variation. The resource, which has been produced by OPAL (Open Air Laboratories), contains instructions on running the activities, a checklist of equipment required and a worksheet. The activities are:

Story telling - read stories which have a woodland theme in a woodland setting

Story stick - create a story using objects found whilst on a nature walk

Pass it on story - invent stories using imagination and objects in a prompt bag

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