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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
Earth-friendly Ice Art Learning and playing outdoors has multiple benefits for both children and adults. Teachers and caregivers looking for ways to get kids playing
In my work with teachers I am often asked what risky play is. Risky play is simply a way of organizing observed categories of thrilling play
During our final August PLAY Journal group meeting, we reviewed the article “Through the Kids . . . We Connected With Our Community”: Children as
Hello classroom gardeners! Thank you for joining us as we kick off another year of garden learning together. You’ll receive a reminder and the link
Thanks for a great day of being together outdoors! I hope you all have new ideas and thinking about how to plan for and enact
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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 (CASSA 2019) conference sharing what
My role as a teacher is always evolving. Over the past 25 years, I’ve taught just about every grade in public elementary schools across two provinces. For the past seven
How To Grow Broad Beans Broad Beans, frequently also referred to as Fava beans, are easy to grow and harvest in any children’s garden. Their massive size makes them quick
Kids in school means way too much school paper is coming home. Even in this digital age, there is an ungodly amount of paperwork that goes along with sending kids