Journey Sticks

Encourage your pupils to get to know their school grounds, with this fantastic outdoor craft activity from Sustainable Learning! Challenge pupils to investigate journeys and map-making, by exploring what’s around them and creating their very own ‘journey stick’.

A fantastic way to develop geographical understanding whilst getting closer to nature, this activity would be ideal for a whole class or an eco-group. It can be as short or in-depth as you make it (and there are plenty of extension ideas given in the plan)!

Download activity from Sustainable Learning website

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