Below you can discover a great activity we've come up with here at EducationCity to engage your students' creativity skills! The activity is suitable for KS1 and KS2 students...

Encourage students to develop their creativity skills during this summer break while also engaging their nature knowledge. 
Ask students to  visit the park and collect some leaves and flowers, which they can use to paint a beautiful summer painting, by pressing the paint soaked leaves and flowers onto the paper to create something unique. Ask students to bring the paintings with them on their first day back to school, and discuss which plants they used and why. It will be a great way to ease students into the school year!

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