Outdoor fun in May

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By Rose Joyceaccredited trainer and facilitator at Learning through Landscapes

Celebrate the wonderful outdoor activities that the month of May has to offer

Around the maypole

Create your own maypole using long, wide strips of crêpe paper, ribbon or strips of fabric tied around a tree or wooden, metal or plastic post pushed firmly into the ground. With a small group of children each holding one of the lengths, make a circle and walk around the tree singing ‘Here we go round the damson tree/wooden post/metal pole’ to the tune of ‘Here We Go Round the Mulberry Bush’. End the song with ‘on a beautiful May morning/afternoon’.

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