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Megan explores the various ways to play in the outdoor classroom during the later months of the year and during Covid-19.
To support the families and teachers we work with in the outdoor classroom, we’ve put together this list of ideas for playful learning outdoors in
We all know it can sometimes be easier and faster to just do it ourselves. But did you know that by teaching your child a
How to Grow Rhubarb One of the most challenging aspects of running a school gardening program is planning and planting to coincide with a harvest before the
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
Playing math games encourages strategic thinking, flexible problem solving and computational fluency. Teachers depend on game play in classrooms to provide opportunities for repetitive practice
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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
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 some of the resources shared
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
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 Rural Park and thoughtfully designed by Hapa Collaborative. The