Please accept my apologies. For various reasons my attention has been off unloading the riddle hoard. The answer to the last riddle was Sand. Here is the next one:
The answer to riddle number five could be sweetcorn or a chicken… there may be others.. Here is tonight’s:
Last nights riddle… The two sisters were day and night. And today’s riddle is
I think you got the last one pretty easily… Spider! How about this one:
The answer to yesterday’ riddle.. river or indeed, glacier. Here is the next one. Nice and easy!
The answer to yesterday’s riddle was indeed Air… Nice one Mr Cree. Here is today’s riddle:
This week is National Storytelling Week. Having a collection of riddles can be an excellent aid to storytelling – a way of grabbing an audience’s attention at the beginning of a session. So here I am going to post a month of nature riddles:… on every day I have access to the internet! Here is the … Read more
This Autumn found me delivering a successful project fro Devon County Council’s Environment Group – the Landscape Characterisation Project. It was run in four Devon primary schools during 2015 with the view to helping children and teachers use their outdoor learning opportunities more often, and to develop the understanding and stewardship of local landscapes. Watch the … Read more
Bird Language course at Core Projects, Somerset with Chris Holland Learning to understand the language of nature and use it as a teaching aid. Learn new games, mapping activities and sneaky ways to get people out in nature sitting still, listening… Friday 8th May 9am – 3pm £50 https://coreprojects.wordpress.com/dance-courses-and-projects/ How do birds communicate and what are … Read more
Here is a version of The Coming of the Dreamcatcher – a story I heard told by Joseph Bruchac that comes from the Lakota people of N.America of how Dreamcatchers came to be. Storytelling – The Coming of the Dreamcatcher from Robin Harford on Vimeo.