The Animal Perspectives activity gets students to map the assets of their school grounds through the lens of a living thing! How would a squirrel view their school grounds? Or a beetle? Or a cat? Let their imaginations run wild with this outdoor lesson idea.
Thanks Evergreen, Toronto, for this wonderful activity. Collated by the International School Grounds Alliance, showcasing outdoor learning from around the world. For more ideas, check out their How Outdoor Learning Works Around the World book in the Outdoor Library. If you have your own idea to share, use this form to tell us about it!
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