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In this math activity, learners will create a scale diagram of their backyard or other outdoor area on graph paper.
In this set of outdoor games, learners increase their awareness of the outdoor environment by going on a scavenger hunt and an out-of-place hunt.
In this outdoor activity, learners use a mapping technique to become oriented to the major features of an outdoor site.
In this outdoor activity, learners discover the wonders of the habitat surrounding them.
This is an activity about discovering the colors and beauty of nature. Learners will spend time outdoors, matching paint chip samples, colored paper, or colors of clothing to those found in nature.
In this outdoor activity and observation game, learners hunt for a variety of textures, colors, odors and evidence of organisms in the activity site.
In this activity, learners explore the importance of active play.
In this activity, learners construct a home-made journal with simple, everyday materials.
In this outdoor activity and/or field trip, learners investigate the behavior of hopping animals.
In this activity, learners will take a walk with their family and incorporate a scavenger hunt. They will explore topics like ABC’s, numbers, colors, and shapes as they search for related items.
In this activity, learners will observe birds in their backyard or local park. They will attempt to find common Ohio birds and will look for bird behaviors just like an ornithologist.
In this outdoor science/art activity, learners investigate spider webs by using string to create their own spider webs.
In this activity, learners will go outside and create a constellation.
In this outdoor activity, learners will gather natural materials outside that they think a dinosaur would want to lay its eggs in.
In this activities, learners head outside and investigate trees through bark rubbings. Learners will need paper, a pencil, and some unwrapped crayons to create them.
In this activity, young learners go on a walk with caregivers and use their senses to observe nature with the help of scavenger hunt sheet.
In this activity (on page 2 of the PDF under GPS: Biodiversity Activity), learners will pair up and take a notebook outdoors to a selected location to observe and record a list of living things that t
In this activity learners will create paint out of natural materials. Explore your natural world (or your fridge) and find berries, leaves, or flowers to find a great base for your paint.
In this activity, learners explore how and why rainbows form by creating rainbows in a variety of ways using simple materials. Learners create rainbows indoors and outdoors.
In this activity, learners build a simple "rocket" with ordinary household materials to demonstrate the basic principles behind rocketry and the principle of reaction.