The outdoor classroom is a great place for children to practice phonics skills with plenty of natural light, fresh air and space for moving around. Here are 5 fun outdoor activities to help engage children in literacy and learning.
We love this idea from Rock My Classroom for little superheroes. Tricky words were superimposed over pictures of baddies and stuck on the wall. The children have to shout out the word before shooting the baddie!
This fun outdoor game from No Time for Flashcards involves children finding and throwing paper plate frisbees with rhyming words into hoops.
This loud and active game featuring chalk letters by Imagination Tree is really easy to set up and great for reception children to consolidate phoneme-grapheme correspondence.
Our Under the Sea phonics activity combines literacy and water play and is best played in an outdoor area.
This post on Deceptively Educational has a great idea for learning site words by turning them into hopscotch using chalk on the playground.
Do you have any more fun ideas for outdoor phonics? for more activity ideas visit our outdoor learning page.