Have a local excursion by walking around your block. Apart from the fresh air and exercise, it can be educational. Take them on a short walk with you as an educational exercise. You can make them aware of how houses are numbered. Odd numbers on one side of the street and evens on the other. Depending on their age, you may have to explain the difference between odds and evens.
A letter box with a difference, also showing street number.
Almost every garden has flowers or flowering bushes at any time of the year. On flowers close to the footpath bees will often be seen buzzing around collecting pollen, birds may be seen engaged in the same activity.
With fun education in mind, have your charges note the different types of thoroughfares they pass. You may pass roads, streets, avenues, etc. If you decide on that theme, I suggest you do a little pre-walk research, as one question you will be asked is, "what's the difference between a road and a street?"
There is a difference. A road is a wide way leading from one place to another, while a street is a public road with houses and buildings on one or both sides.
Pointing out an object of interest. Photo by Seb Hayes.
Arriving home from your excursion, give the kids a drink and a biscuit, then ask them to write a short essay on what they learnt. Meanwhile, relax and make yourself a cup of tea, or perhaps a glass of something stronger, but be aware that teachers should not be drinking on the job.