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from The Telegraph

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Hornets creeps me out but this photo is stunning and terrifying at the same time.A portrait of a hornet by Dusan Beno Bug-obsessed Slovakian student, Dusan Beno captures detailed macro portraits of insects and spiders. He catches his subjects in the great outdoors and then "bug-naps" them by taking them back to his home for photo-shoots.

Exploring the great outdoors during the Camping Buddies theme leaves lots of time to create nature crafts! These are some great ideas on what you can build with the things you find around you. #preschool #ecoart

from NurtureStore

Clay sculptures at the Just So festival

A fantastic outdoor art idea that makes great use of loose parts found in a forest: clay faces on tree trunks!

Alistair Bryce-Clegg is an AMAZING Early Years practitioner. This blog is a fountain of knowledge and packed FULL of amazing ideas/resources. Great for any Elementary School teacher!

Here's a great outdoor activity - a NUMBER HUNT! Stick foam numbers (or simply write) onto plastic garden label sticks. Hide the sticks in the garden and then send the kids outdoors to find them. Once found, ask them to line up the sticks in the correct order.

from Daycare Spaces and Ideas

10+ Ideas for using tires in your Outdoor Space

I would love to add this to our outdoor area. Its a mud kitchen. The children love to play in the mud and this is a great place for them to do so but in a more controlled setting.