Week 8: Words from the Wild: A creative writing class inspired by The Lost Spells, focusing on the Oak and the Jay.
This morning I spent lino printing playing with colours on a leaf design – inspired by writing about what is under my feet on a walk! This afternoon I walked into the city centre and enjoyed feeding the pigeons and urban wildlife in the Museum Gardens ❤️ I can feel some pigeon poems coming on!Continue reading “Today’s finds …17.02.21”
Week 7: Words from the Wild 17.02.21 A creative writing class for St Nicks.
As I’m still home schooling I had an exciting walk out this lunch time accompanied by two little bears!! We enjoyed looking for footprints in the snow and even found a rabbit print at the edge of our local park! We were surprised to see that the park was still flooded and that the floodContinue reading “Today’s finds 10.02.21”
Week 6: Words from the Wild. Snow, hares and the moon.
Hello! I hope everyone enjoyed the class today (see previous blog post). I had a very muddy walk this afternoon, what a difference a day makes – no snow other than the remains of yesterday’s snowmen / people! Despite it being wet we enjoyed looking at print marks left in the mud and imagining whoContinue reading “Today’s finds! Melted snow people!!”
Week 5. Words From the Wild. Snow!
Week 4: Words from the Wild Poetry. This week’s theme is inspired by water and rivers.
Hello, I hope you all enjoyed the session on snowdrops this morning 🙂 Rather than including finds of the day I’m going to start including weekly finds – as with home school commitments I’m not always getting out as planned on a Wednesday. I have adapted my outings to include time at my allotment overContinue reading “Today’s finds 20.01.2021 – Allotmenting and Wasp Nest Discoveries!”
Week 3: Words from the Wild. 20.01.2021 – Snowdrops.