Join us Wednesdays 11am!
Where: Ealing, West London. Please email me for exact location.
Who: Ealing home educating families, ages 4-10 plus siblings. Parent/Carer must be present.
What: Free play with some options for learning about the plants and animals in that space, creating nature art, sharing poems and stories, and more!
One of our favorites!
Spring Poetry Hunt!
Home educated children around Ealing have created a digital spring poetry walk! Download the Echoes app and head to Walpole park to find the poems that were recited (and some even written) by our children.
Young nettles are out now. Can you spot them? If you pick them, make sure you are wearing gloves and pick the freshest leaves from the top. Download your journal page by clicking on the image. Find out more about stinging nettles here:
Signs of Spring!
Click on the image to download the “Signs of Spring” journal page. As you find each object, color it in. Can you find your own signs of spring? Use your eyes AND your ears!
Cleavers are beautiful spring “weeds” that have some fun properties to enjoy after a long, sluggish winter. Click on the image to download a free pdf journal page. For more information about Galium aparine (aka Sticky Willy) and its uses, visit the sites below:
Journal and Sketchbooks: I will have several of these journals available on Wednesdays, but feel free to print off a cover onto either plain A4 paper or card paper, add some A4 paper and staple or stitch the booklet together. Children can then color or paint their sketchbook covers. At the orchard, children may want to take some time observing and drawing their surroundings.
Could you donate a utensil?: I will bring some mud kitchen supplies for imaginative play. If you happen to have any old wooden spoons, spatulas, or bowls laying around, consider bringing them along! Here a great little book about constructing your own mud kitchen at home.
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