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As an outdoor classroom teacher, Megan teaches students skills that are accessible for family life. From making stepping stones to building a backyard playground your kids will actually play in to conquering kid clutter, there is much to learn here!
This post is the second in a series of posts with resources for teachers teaching across the curriculum in their school gardens. This post lists
How to build a fairy garden that supports creative play in three easy steps!
One of my favourite art projects this time of year is inspired by Vincent van Gogh’s Starry Night. Classrooms can be chaotic as we get
If you’ve read my post on bored kids you know that academic learning can be lost over the long summer months and that it often
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Earth-friendly Ice Art Learning and playing outdoors has multiple benefits for both children and adults. Teachers and caregivers looking for ways to get kids playing and learning outdoors in winter
A common misconception, when taking students outdoors, is that they will be off task or challenging to manage. In this workshop we will consider how an outdoor classroom is just like any other classroom and completely different, at the same time!
How To Grow Broad Beans Broad Beans, frequently also referred to as Fava beans, are easy to grow and harvest in any children’s garden. Their massive size makes them quick
This post is written specifically to support colleagues and visiting TTOCs at Homma elementary school. Teachers from other schools are encouraged to make a similar document specific to their own walkable spaces and places for outdoor learning. The following is a list of recommended walking field trips we have visited with students. Please check with Sarah or I if you’d like to double up on your walking first trip to gain confidence or experience travelling to these spaces.