Hello everyone! Get outside with your kids for some unstructured play time in nature, and watch the magic happen! Read about Kids In the Woods Initiative--K.I.W.I. on TorontoMomNow!…
The first six years of a child’s life are really important in their development. Being in nature ia a really dynamic place in which to learn.
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Grab a glass of wine, cup of hot chocolate or whatever you fancy and join us on our 4th online event on how to embrace winter and get your family outdoors.Continue
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This blog post has come from my regular blog, I'm a teacher, get me OUTSIDE here! But I thought visitors to Children & Nature Network might enjoy this too.
Whilst attending the 4th International Skogsmulle Symposium in Japan, several presentations were given. This is a guest post by Anita Egle, a Swede who resides in Germany and has run Skogsmulle sessions in Bavaria since 1989. It is a written…Continue
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In his inaugural address, President Obama made the environment a top priority for his second term. Many were surprised by his resolve. However I wondered…was this truly a shift in government policy, or was something else at work here?
As I began to look for answers, I was pleasantly surprised to find that many eco-friendly programs have already been set into motion and are gaining…Continue
"Songs for Junior Rangers" is a 20 song CD that was recently released by the National Park Service to help connect families to the parks through music. It covers a variety of topics from sea turtles to the Tuskegee Airmen in a diversity of music styles from hip hop to a polka to jazz, blues and more. Most of the songs such as "Let's Move Outside" are meant to encourage…Continue
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Groundhog Day, February 2, has basically everything going for it that I love in a holiday -- It marks a…Continue
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