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Preparing spaces for outdoor learning means considering how your schoolyard can become a creative, imaginative space for joyful wonder and inquiry across the curriculum.
If you’ve ever wondered what the secret sauce is for parenting high performing and likeable kids, you might want to learn more about the science of
One of the most challenging aspects of growing food in school gardens is choosing crops that can reliably be harvested within the school year. Potatoes
In this workshop, teachers and school staff, who have existing school gardens, will explore the multitude of ways we can expand and deepen meaningful academic learning in the garden classroom.
Loose parts are found or natural objects that have no specific instructions for play and are highly valued for their imaginative and creative affordances for
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This workshop is for experienced practitioners who are ready to think deeply as we complicate ways of engaging children intellectually in learning that is relevant, culturally responsive, and interconnected to the lands we learn with, from, and on.
In this workshop we will explore the research on why unstructured outdoor play with loose parts is critical for developing children’s social, emotional and cognitive strengths.
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 of heights. The known risk
Play isn’t just for primary! In this workshop, participants will be inspired by the use of loose parts for mathematical thinking, scientific inquiry and creative storytelling in the garden to engage learners from K-7 in meaningful, student directed inquiry.