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Thanks for a great day of being together outdoors! I hope you all have new ideas and thinking about how to plan for and enact
For generations, the use of tools was a rite of passage and a normal part of any child’s growth and development. Somewhere along the way,
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
The thing about Lego storage is that it has to be practical if you want to have the bits put away once in awhile. I
Of all the crops you can grow with kids, garlic is one of the easiest and most rewarding. Read on to learn how to grow
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This page is for B.Ed students in the faculty of education at UBC with active links for resources shared during our class that will remain here after our class is
In this workshop we’ll explore how your school-yard can provide endless inspiration for creative and imaginative artistic representations that are eco-friendly and consume less ‘stuff’!
Learning about seeds is an accessible and fascinating starting point for any school garden inquiry. Gardens depend on seeds, and learning how seeds travel can deepen a child’s understanding and
As a start, water cycles are best experienced, rather than read about. There is no worksheet that can fully capture the water cycle phenomenon, like being out in the rain