Take your classroom into the community and find playful new ways to make walking field trips more engaging.
If you are going to teach outdoors, you’ll need to make your peace with some rainy days. Rather than seeing rainy days as yucky weather
To support the families and teachers we work with in the outdoor classroom, we’ve put together this list of ideas for playful learning outdoors in
During our final August PLAY Journal group meeting, we reviewed the article “Through the Kids . . . We Connected With Our Community”: Children as
The research on outdoor play is clear. Kids who get outside for at least an hour a day, rain or shine, are healthier, happier and
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This workshop is for experienced educators who are willing to consider the potential academic, social, and physical benefits of outdoor play as a pedagogical approach to teaching across the K-7 curriculum.
This post has been written to support imaginative play with a box at home. If you have boxes available from deliveries, or are expecting deliveries, save your boxes for potentially
The nights are definitely longer and the weather isn’t super for after dinner walks in the park. Instead of turning on the TV or plugging into a device, how about
Thank you to Rene Gualtieri for contributions to this post! Not A Stick Play Having worked at a nature camp, I am very aware of the hesitation towards allowing children