Maybe you're the sort of person who already loves going outside, in which case you probably know loads of great things to do. Please send in any pictures or ideas that we can share here.
Here's something to try in June. 30 Days Wild. Something to do each day, organised by the Wildlife Trust. They have some brilliant ideas, take a look.
Have you got a garden? Have you planted anything? Or spotted any visitors? This was my garden, after an amazing hail storm!
It's all growing like mad in the Wild Area at school. After the dry spell, the nettles and cow parsley did die down a bit, but it's still pretty jungly in there. Here are a few of the flowers coming out in June.
And here I am with yet another load of weeds and brambles to be cleared. Wild Area still out of bounds for now, but not for long.
Things are changing in the quad. It's a wonderful place to look and learn outdoors. The pond is absolutely beautiful now, with the pink water lilies in full bloom. The fountain gives a different feel to it, and ofcourse is aerating the water. Look out for frogs around the place.
Mr Evans-Lee is an expert on wildlife and plants and has been helping with lots of activities and preparation here.
The gardeners are busy weeding, planting and making compost.
We've had fun in Nature Week. Year 4/5 had a Tree Day and learned about the trees in the school grounds. One challenge is to find out the height of a tree - not easy without technical equipment, though you can look at it between your legs and measure how far away you were when you could just see the entire tree, hence the slightly strange pictures of children bending over! Do you know about the trees in your garden, or the park or on your walks?
Because the outdoor classroom and fire place have not been used for a while, things have got a bit overgrown. We spent a morning cutting back the weeds and brambles, and the table re-emerged. Keep watching this area for changes!
Next project is transforming these raised beds into places where things grow that we have chosen to be there. The children have great ambitions for fruit and veg, as well as beautiful flowers.