There's such a lot to discover in our Woodlands topic, from the tiniest of minibeasts to the largest of trees. A Thumping Great Rabbit by Brenda Williams tells the tale of Rabbit, woodland drummer extraordinaire – it really is a shame that he's bugging so many of his woodland friends. But when trouble strikes, a noisy, thumping pair of feet is just what you need....
- A2 poster is Hansel and Gretel by Emma Chichester Clark. On the reverse, we have biographies for Emma and Michael Morpurgo as well as the 'Fairy tales in a nutshell' resource where we look at the contraction and expansion of stories.
- A3 poster 1 – Foxes
- A3 poster 2 – A Thumping Great Rabbit story map
- A4 poster 1 – Woodland rabbit
- A4 poster 2 – The Christmas Elf story starter
Literacy: We show upper KS2 children how they can research, devise and perform their very own Saturday morning TV-style show for the lower school.
Maths: We have a meaningful contextual maths lesson that gets children thinking about volume.
Science: We're under attack! Turn your class into pest detectives and get them looking critically at nature.
History: We do some fascinating research on the Green Man an ancient being who some believed look after our woodlands.
Music: We show how the benefits of studying sound and rhythm reach far beyond a lesson in music.
Outdoor play: Our outdoor play article looks at the joy of a stick – really – it's amazing! We also take a look at how our woodlands change throughout the year.