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Risky play doesn’t have to be a controversial topic. It is simply a phenomenon that emerges when children are given the time, space and freedom to play in an unstructured way.
Risky play with height includes climbing, jumping from or swinging over heights, hanging, dangling, or dropping from heights, as well as balancing over any variety
Fall is a great time in the garden with kids! The weather is much more comfortable and there is just so much to harvest! Fall
I teach in an outdoor classroom all year, in all weather, and in all seasons. In Canada. The most common question I get is “what
Of all the edible garden crops you can plant, kale has the reputation of the being the easiest and most resilient. It doesn’t take much
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
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EVERYTHING can be taught in a school garden If you haven’t heard me say it before, it is worth repeating that literally EVERYTHING can be taught in a school garden!
Once Covid became a realty in our schools, the urgency to take students outdoors increased. Across Canada, a return to face to face learning saw public health officials, district administrators,
School garden grants make all the difference in the start up, maintenance and enjoyment of a school garden. Grants and funds from sponsors are often necessary to run outdoor classroom
In this transformative session we will explore the pedagogy of play and the global body of research that powerfully influences how decisions are made by adults supervising outdoor play.