This course includes:
This course will give you step by step instructions for 11 activities and also show you how to teach them to your children or group.
The course is suitable for parents who are looking for nature-based crafting activities and also for teachers, Forest School leaders, Scout and Guide leaders or anyone else who works with groups in the outdoors.
Crafting is a great way for your group to enjoy working creatively and often after some running around games!
After completing this module you will be able to make your own charcoal and charcloth, pick and make cordage from nettles, make a necklace from rowan berries and have lots of fun with clay and other natural materials!
Enjoy endless opportunities to play and create using natural materials to relax, learn and connect through making things
Who this course is for:
1 sections - 14 lectures - 50:01 total length
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Marina Robb (Bsc; PGCE; MA; Msc; Author) is Founder and Managing Director of Circle of Life Rediscovery Community Interest Company and The Outdoor Teacher Ltd, both leading organisations that aim to transform education and health through nature.
Marina has more than 30 years experience in outdoor learning and nature connection. She provides a deep understanding of effective nature education at all levels and for a range of diverse backgrounds.
Marina is a qualified teacher (PGCE) and since 1989 has studied Environmental Education (MA), Environmental Management (BSc) and Social Research (MSc). She is a leading Forest School endorsed trainer and practitioner (UK and International). Her aim is to share her knowledge and experience with teachers and others wishing to work outside the classroom.
She has pioneered nature programmes within the health sector, and has received funding from Natural England, Mind and The National Lottery, amongst other grant makers for her outdoor work with teenagers, families and young people with mental health issues, disabilities, dementia and early psychosis.
Marina’s book, ‘Learning with Nature’, forwarded by Chris Packham, is considered a must-have book for Forest School & Outdoor practitioners. Her second book, ‘The Essential Guide to Forest School and Nature Pedagogy’ (with publication date in early 2021) contains everything you need to know from theory to practice.
Marina co-chairs a Community Benefit Society which manages a community woodland (CBS), used to provide access to nature for marginalised groups. She believes that everyone should have the right to access nature.