Following our introductory boundary games & rules, the children will take on the role of worker bees! In groups theyâ€™ll relay race to collect â€˜nectarâ€™ and apply their scale reading skills. The hive with the most nectar will be the winners! Through this game the children will learn about the importance of nectar and the plants that provide it for a hiveâ€™s survival.
Each group will have a large tarpaulin to represent a flower & different coloured powder paint to represent the pollen. The children will need to co-ordinate their movements to move our sponge ball bee from group to group. At the end weâ€™ll observe how much pollen the bee collected whilst visiting each groupâ€™s flower.
This outdoor workshop is aimed at Lower Key Stage Two but is adaptable to all ages. Your class will gain an understanding of how bees live, become clear on the difference the difference between nectar, honey and pollen. Our session is designed to be delivered in a kinaesthetic learning style outdoors!
The workshop is designed to be a minimum of 2 hours per class. However, we have successfully delivered full day workshops to single classes, providing an immersive experience. We aim to be flexible, so can cater our workshops to suit your needs. If you would like your class to enjoy an Alfresco Learning workshop please fill out a booking enquiry to get in touch.
We will keep an eye on the weather forecast in the days running up to your booking. If heavy rain or strong winds is forecast we will contact you to reschedule the workshop as closely to your original booking as the weather & our availability will allow.
No! We can cater to a range of outdoor spaces and aim to show you a fresh perspective of how you can utilise the space you have available. All we ask is that we can use a space that is cordoned off at break & lunch time to allow the day to run smoothly!
Nope! We will arrive prepared with everything needed for the workshop. We bring all of the natural resources your class needs, so you can relax knowing you have a prep-free day!