Stephanie Rach-Wilson
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  • Corte Madera, CA
  • United States
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A Mother Earth Mother's Day

Just wishing everyone a wonderful day on this Sunday, the first day of the week. We have traveled the entire west coast over the last month connecting children under six to experiences in nature. …Continue

Started May 8, 2011


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Let's Go Chipper Into the Great Outdoors
A child of the great outdoors and 4-H life, I have spent my professional career working with children and creating nature-inspired content that helps inspire respect, empathy, curiosity and excitement for the great outdoors in kids primarily ages 2-6.

I work with major brands helping bridge programs to the communities in which they serve while continuing to grow my eco-educational series.
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Chipper for Parks: RecycleCan ...Helps Support the Parks (link to activity print out)

Read how you and your kids can creatively support the parks!

“Going outside the classroom – and observing what is right there – that is where meaningful learning happens.” 

Lilian Katz, Professor Emerita of Early Childhood Education, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign…


Posted on January 12, 2014 at 9:05pm

Planting the Seed to Celebrate Spring

Let's Go Chipper is an award-winning nature-inspired, play-based learning program for parents, educators, and communities. Through a series of stories, apps, activities, and community programs Chipper and friends  educate and enrich children pre-k through third grade.

“In the middle of it all, pause and look around you. Appreciate what’s beautiful. Take in the love. Nod to what’s good and true. And then move forward one step at a time.” — Kathy…

Posted on March 20, 2013 at 4:40pm

The Parks are Free for Exploring

There are many state and local parks accessible - even within walking distance that you might not even know about. Sitting down with your children to explore your own local maps and destinations is a wonderful opportunity to talk about how our land is preserved and the wonderful ways you can engage with it.

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  • Unfolding a map - not via the computer but the experience of touching the paper and running your fingers along the places you can visit - is a…

Posted on January 15, 2011 at 11:22am

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At 7:44pm on February 26, 2012, Herb Broda said…

I'm interested in learning more about the organization.


At 11:52am on February 22, 2011, EUNICE MURUA FIGUEROA said…
Thanks again! Stephanie, we will keep in touch, for sure!
At 1:57pm on February 21, 2011, EUNICE MURUA FIGUEROA said…

Thank You very much for inviting me to be a Chipper Ambassor this spring- summer, I will love to work with you doing our movement here in Mazatlan, Mexico, Thank you for offering the materials, that would be great for our activities, I just filled out the form to join, send me all the information to  start to work, we for sure will have a bird drawing contest al Estero del Yugo on May 9th, our environmental festival at june 5th and  summer camp at August 8th- 12th 2011, jus for mention some activities, but all year around we have environmental projects with the little ones.  I will send pictures later, see you soon! and thaks again!!!!

At 11:30am on February 19, 2011, Patricia Rowe Gilkerson said…
Yes I did get the packet and thanks so much!  Can't wait to implement it- but I have to wait to see how many kids sign up for Nature Nuts, if any.  We have to have 5, but no more than 10.  We will have a 4-week (1 class/week) session on Trees, and then a 3-weel session on Pond Life.  Summer is a possibility too, as we are open all summer for working parents.  We'll see how it goes this spring.  What does a Chipper Ambassador do?
At 10:34am on January 3, 2011, Suz Lipman said…
Hi Stephanie! Welcome! It's great to see you here. I look forward to lots of good things for Chipper and the whole Children and Nature Movement in 2011.

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