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Whether you’re teaching in the outdoor classroom or looking for inspiration at home, these organizing tips and tricks will make your life much easier.
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
The research on outdoor play is clear. Kids who get outside for at least an hour a day, rain or shine, are healthier, happier and
From time to time, I am sent teaching resources to review. I was offered a Magidome kit during the 2021 school year and was excited
My role as a teacher is always evolving. Over the past 25 years, I’ve taught just about every grade in public elementary schools across two
Learning about seeds is an accessible and fascinating starting point for any school garden inquiry. Gardens depend on seeds, and learning how seeds travel can
What a fun night with colleagues from the Niagara District School Board! Thank you to all who joined in on our first session of the
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International Mud Day is June 29th this year, and if you are going to have a garden with kids, it makes sense to have a mud kitchen. Not only is
Back to school means back to nature. If you’ve got a class of kids, or just a few in your home needing to get outside, check out these great nature
Learning outdoors has been around forever. With a commitment to reducing communicable disease transmission, our kids are likely to spend even more time outdoors at school going forward. For some
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 closer to winter break, but this