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School gardens require strategic planning and planting to line up a harvest within the school year. Read posts on how to plant crops specific to the school garden context with tips on how to guide young children during the planting and harvesting process.
EVERYTHING can be taught in a school garden If you haven’t heard me say it before, it is worth repeating that literally EVERYTHING can be
Flanders Field Poppies Remembrance Day can be an abstract and complicated topic for small children. Where we live, and across most of the commonwealth, Remembrance
Organize Seasonal Clothing With the changing of the seasons comes the bitter-sweet task of putting away all those sandals and sun hats and digging out all the boots and
One of my favourite, low prep ways to enhance and develop garden vocabulary in the outdoor classroom is to prepare garden vocabulary vases that serve
If you’ve ever fallen into the black hole of Pinterest, you’ve certainly seen some cute and fun ideas for gardening with kids. Which is great
I teach in an outdoor classroom all year, in all weather, and in all seasons. In Canada. The most common question I get is “what
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Although the year has officially just begun, it’s a critical time of year for parents to begin making plans for kids and their Fall programming. When looking at your nature
Camping with kids is a test of a marriage. There is a ridiculous amount of planning, packing and set up required to keep everyone comfortable enough to ever want to
One of the best Halloween math activities to teach in an outdoor classroom this time of year is pumpkin math. If you’ve grown your own pumpkins during the summer and
How To Use A Visual Schedule Every comedian who tells the tale of a child-less couple breezing out the door is guaranteed to get loads of laughs from the parents