Please forward this error screen to 194. Activity details Making potions or smelly cocktails is a classic outdoor learning activity. English lesson for primary school children’ve designed the lesson to help teachers cover parts of the KS2 English Curriculum.
Outdoor space with some plant material available for picking. Even the edge of your playing field or a nearby public park will do. If your outdoor space is a concrete jungle we suggest you collect a couple of carrier bags’ worth of plant material beforehand. Obviously, don’t pick anything in a flowerbed or any rare wild plants. Jump down to the Smelly Friends section for details.
We found them for 20p each at www. If they could grant them a wish for Valentine’s Day, what would it be? I promise you’, by Show of Hands, might be worth a listen to get pupils thinking about wishes that are a bit more abstract than chocolates and flowers. Pupils are to create a positive potion with magical powers to grant a Valentine’s wish to a loved one. Take them outdoors and set boundaries. Ideas include bay leaf, rosemary, lavender, eucalyptus, mint, root ginger, garlic clove, cinnamon stick.