The seasonal outdoor learning resources range from school garden basics, book recommendations, arts and crafts, literacy, science and math outdoors.
If you’ve ever attended one of my teacher development workshops, you’ve heard me speak about the importance of allowing children to take risks in outdoor
This post has been written to support imaginative play with a box at home. If you have boxes available from deliveries, or are expecting deliveries,
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
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
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Bring your long range plans and your curiosity to this action packed workshop! Learn how the big ideas of our BC curriculum can be effectively explored outdoors in a meaningful context for scientific inquiry.
This post is one of a series of posts listing resources available to teachers seeking tools for teaching across the curriculum in their school gardens. This post lists some of
April first is known as April Fools Day where we live. Generally speaking, harmless pranks and hoaxes are perpetrated and the cleverer the hoax, the better the children laugh at
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