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Explore playful outdoor literacy resources that will help you re-think where and how language learning happens in our schools.
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 reality of urban living, especially in expensive cities like Vancouver, is that we often don’t have vast and unfinished basements to banish unwanted toys
Thank you for joining me today for our session exploring how we might transition to teaching outdoors. The following blog posts and resources might be
A Seed Mandala Art Project Mandalas have a long history of therapeutic use and are often appreciated for having spiritual meaning. There is an enormous
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My most despised chore used to be laundry. Mostly because, with three small kids, it was such a never ending story. The monotony of sorting, washing, folding and getting it
Seeds are a fascinating lens through which a huge amount of curriculum can be explored. From mathematical routines like ‘which one doesn’t belong’ to sorting by attribute, to understanding adaptations
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 must be remastered before new
In this workshop we will explore the research on why unstructured outdoor play with loose parts is critical for developing children’s social, emotional and cognitive strengths.