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Teaching math in the outdoor classroom brings nature and creativity together to inspire logical mathematical thinking that is enjoyable for teachers and students.
Story stones for imaginative play Rocks and stones can be considered a “loose part”. That means they do not have a pre-determined story attached to
Got bored kids? As every teacher can tell you, there is a phenomenon that occurs in September called “summer slide”. It reflects the loss of
If you are looking for some room to play, then get on over to Richmond’s Terra Nova playground! The playground is an extension of the Terra Nova
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,
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Thanks to Grauer and Spul’u’kwuks elementary schools for having me join your professional learning today! The following blog posts may be helpful as you build capacity for outdoor play and
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 because, in my opinion, gardens
Over the last twenty years I’ve been teaching and learning outside in a variety of capacities. Both as a parent and a professional educator, I am endlessly fascinated by the
Got dirt? In this workshop we will explore the science behind why kids and dirt grow so well together. Read more!