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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
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
For our July 25 play research study group meeting, I presented slides from a presentation given at a recent Canadian Association of School System Administrators
“Play is the work of the child,” wrote Maria Montessori more than 100 years ago. Most everything that a child needs for healthy development –
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
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Our fairy nature wings were dreamed up with a group of students who love playing in the fairy garden, but needed some reminders to remain physically distant. Fairy nature wings
In British Columbia we are working with a revised curriculum that is practically written to be taught outdoors! The big ideas and curricular content of seasonal change is required teaching
One hundred years ago Soviet psychologist and play theorist, Lev Vygotsky, argued that play was a purposeful activity for children. Vygotsky believed that a child’s greatest achievements were possible in
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