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Creating pollinator gardens in the outdoor classroom is a fun and STEAM inspired activity that students will love. Butterflies gardens are just the start.
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
The team over at Take Me Outside has worked diligently to create an up to date resource that serves to connect teachers across the country.
This post is written specifically to support colleagues and visiting TTOCs at Homma elementary school. Teachers from other schools are encouraged to make a similar document specific to their own walkable spaces and places for outdoor learning. The following is a list of recommended walking field trips we have visited with students. Please check with Sarah or I if you’d like to double up on your walking first trip to gain confidence or experience travelling to these spaces.
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
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As we move towards report card season, you might find it helpful to watch this video clip on mindset and how academically beneficial or discouraging praise can be. In this clip,
It can all be taught outside: Teaching the K-7 science big ideas, core & curricular competencies in your outdoor and garden classrooms Session description Participants will be introduced to hands-on,
How to Grow Carrots With Kids Carrots can be tricky to grow. Some gardeners have great luck growing them, while others have nothing but trouble. That said, carrots are a
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