Wat leuks doen in de Herfstvakantie met de kids?


Nancy van de BSO in Belgie bedacht een leuk uitstapje dat je zelf kan uitzetten in het bos! Dat is natuurlijk superleuk om te doen, lekker buiten bewegen! En op speurtocht naar de kabouters! Nancy vertelt eerst wat over de activiteit. Daarna heb ik nog een paar leuke tips. En dan kun je kijken naar de leuke foto's van deze speurtocht!

Nancy vertelt: Ik was in het bos gaan wandelen, en ik dacht volgende week ga ik terug, en breng m'n vriendjes {Kabouter-figuurtjes} mee... en voilà....Heb een route uitgestippeld van 2 km en mijn vriendjes {kabouter figuurtjes} gefotografeerd.Sommige bij de paddenstoelen en ook bij andere leuke speciale plaatsjes... 

De bedoeling is dat je een boswandeling doet met de kinderen, en dan enkele van die foto's meegeeft.  Ze moeten dan die plaats, of die paddenstoelen zoeken in het bos ...Soort van speurtocht naar paddenstoelen  en kabouterhuisjes. 

Je verdeelt de kinderen in groepjes.  Elke groep krijgt een begeleider mee, en die moet dan een foto maken met zijn gsm om te bewijzen dat je ze gevonden hebt..Je hangt ook pijltjes of lintjes in het bos. Dit om de juiste weg te tonen {of iets anders, zodat ze de juist route volgen.}

De speurtocht is ten einde als alle kabouters van de foto's zijn opgespeurd. 

Tip: Je kan in het bos de blaadjes, paddenstoelen, bomen proberen te herkennen met elkaar. Dat maak de speurtocht nog leuker. Ik heb deze tips met linken voor jullie erbij verzameld als aanvulling op deze activiteit van Nancy. Print deze platen uit en gebruik ze tijdens de speurtocht. 

Paddenstoelen zoekplaat/herkenplaat

Boomvruchten-bladeren zoekplaat/herkenplaat

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