Fantastic to be back at Easton Primary Academy today, spending time with our now fully trained Nursery Forest School children.
We went on a treasure hunt and found the most amazing sycamore catkins, which the children thought looked like worms. As a result we had a good old sing song about wiggly worms, while practising our counting to ten.
Later we talked about the birds and how they were struggling to find food at this time of year. Out came the real worms! Mealworms, currants and oats were added to fat balls and hung in the trees for a tasty treat.
There was still time to cut and chop wood for the fire, swing in the trees, climb on the ropes and enjoy a final singalong around the fire.