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Webinar: Teaching Kids about Stormwater at Online

March 15, 2016 from 3pm to 4pm
Rain to Drain: Teaching Kids about StormwaterWebinarTuesday, March 15, 20163:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. EDTPA Act 48 credit: 1 hour Join Jennifer Fetter, Watershed/Youth Development Educator at Penn State…See More
Suz Lipman commented on Melissa Ryan's blog post Singing about the birds we see!
"All, you can see the illustrations by clicking on the "Explorers Bird Song" title."
Suz Lipman commented on Melissa Ryan's blog post Singing about the birds we see!
"What a wonderful project! I love the children's illustrations and especially the keen powers of observation it took to produce them. Please keep us posted about other aspects of this project and the kinds of things the kids are able to observe…"

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Teacher Development Conference set to Re-Inspire Classrooms across the Colorado Plateau

PLATEAU Conference – STEAMING Across the Plateau

March 5 – 6

Canyon Country Discovery Center

Monticello, UT


Four Corners School of Outdoor Education presents the annual PLATEAU…


Posted by Lyndie Bradshaw on January 25, 2016 at 12:00pm

STEM Investigations for Sustainable Schools - FREE!

Registration is now open for STEM Investigations for Sustainable Schools: Those wishing to obtain graduate credit from Lebanon Valley College can participate in the hybrid course which includes online coursework and a Saturday field workshop. Educators and Community members are welcome to attend the Saturday field workshops for free or receive Act 48 hours for a small registration fee. Sign up for one session…


Posted by Kim Tesoriero on January 11, 2016 at 9:30am

Cedarsong Forest Kindergarten Emergent Curriculum - December

Cedarsong Forest Kindergarten Newsletter - December 2015

By Erin Kenny ©2015


December in the forest was dark and foggy. We had several of the coldest days so far, with temperatures in the low 30’s (Fahrenheit). Our teachers had to work diligently to make sure the children stayed warm. We also kept open communication with the parents about what clothing was working and what was not. Because children this age (2-5 years old) are so tactile, they kept wanting to take off…


Posted by Erin Kenny on January 3, 2016 at 11:44am




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