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Environmental Arts

One of our most popular resources since its original publication, this resource provides guidance on how to use a wide variety of arts in the outdoor classroom. Learn how to write acrostic poems, create sound maps, draw with mud and charcoal,sculpt clay tree faces and boggart homes. Pupils (and adults) will love getting involved with these imaginative activities.

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