Outdoor learning – nature sculptures

This week for outdoor learning we made nature sculptures.  Before we went outside we looked at art work created by environmental artists Andy Goldsworthy and Chris Drury.  We paired up with our talk partners and chose a space in the woodland area where we do our outdoor learning.  We discussed what shape we wanted to make for our scupture and set off to find some materials.  We had great fun looking for different types of twigs and branches.  Here are the scuptures we made.

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2 Responses to “Outdoor learning – nature sculptures”

  • Thanks for sharing these ideas. If you look at Judy Duncan’s blog http://findusoutside.blogspot.com/ then you can see what her class have been up to – similar things!

  • Hi, Looks like you had a great day making your sculptures. It looks like you can make sculptures anywhere. I wonder who saw them after you left and what they thought.
    I hope you have ideas for new sculptures and share them on your blog. Would your sculptures be different in a different season? What materials could you use in summer time?

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