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The Scripts in our closet we run on - Which words run our lives? .



Scripts! What hidden code are you running on?




It's 6am in the morning and an hour ago I woke up from a dream where I went into my garage to get some kit to run a nature connection day event and rats and mice jumped out of bags of apples and kiwi fruit that were hanging in my garage near my kit...



I know I…

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Added by Chris Holland on September 14, 2020 at 2:12am — No Comments

The Best Platform To Find Sales Executive Jobs

Agenter is an Online Professional Networking Platform for Commission, where business profiles present their sales requirements on a commission basis and offer a new way of employment opportunities to the common people, sales agents, individuals to connect and earn a commission.

With Agenter.com, anyone with interest can get a commission-based sales job from business profiles. Here you can find thousands of business profiles, providing commissions for the individual to increase their…

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Added by Salih Agenter on August 6, 2020 at 12:30am — No Comments

Kids and Fungi - Book recommended for parents, teachers, and older children

There are writers who have the ability to astonish readers with each new page, such is their erudition, their wit, and their ability to turn a phrase. Lawrence Millman: mycologist, adventurer, environmental advocate, travel writer, poet, and humorist is one of those rare individuals. I’ve devoured many of his books and picked up Fungipedia,…

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Added by David O. Born on May 21, 2020 at 12:00pm — No Comments

Illustration for Children's Books: Overseas Assignments 2020!

I've been a professional Illustrator for over 40 years! Yes, time does pass us unnoticed, doesn't it, for I feel as fresh today as when I began in 1975!

I have a special liking for crafting illustrations for Children's Books from cover to cover, from traditional media to digital publications, it's all covered, including creative writing and translation services.

My new websites contain all the samples of what I've been up to in…

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Added by Robert Rajabally on December 10, 2019 at 6:00am — No Comments

New eBook for Kindle

In 2018, parents around the world can now enjoy a new digital publication with their kinds for the Kindle platform called Where I Live, My Life In A Single Day series : Brazil. A unique and richly illustrated eBook about a boy's adventures living in a region of the Atlantic Forest that follows Brazil's coastline. A fine way for kids to learn more about other kid's lives in countries they may know little about. Check it out here: https://amzn.to/2q34MQK.…

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Added by Robert Rajabally on October 22, 2018 at 7:05am — No Comments

Nature + Pictures + Sharing = Connecting to Creation and Others

Creating a better world begins when we recognize that we all share an amazing life on a planet filled with miracles. All it takes is going outside. Imagine this: everyone goes outside at the same time, sees the beauty of our planet, 

feels at peace and gratitude during this moment. It is not a…

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Added by Nancy Nason Guss on April 2, 2018 at 3:30pm — No Comments

Time to Tap

The Explorers were in the middle of snack time when we got the word, "Put your coats on and come outside for a few minutes. Brendan is here to tap the tree." We all stood up, put on our coats, and headed outside for a favorite combination Schoolmates/Bushy Hill Nature Center annual event: the tapping of the maple tree on our playground.

The Explorers…

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Added by Ann Courcy on March 13, 2018 at 9:03am — No Comments

Top 5 Children’s Books That Will Make Your Child Fall In Love With The Outdoors

 

  1. At the Cabin by Cheryl Wilke, Illustrated by Rebecca Stouffer

Going to the cabin is going to be boring without a cell phone or TV. But wait - there are stones to skip, a lake for wading, deer to watch, fireflies, and campfires and stories. Darn! We have to go home so soon?…

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Added by Raven Productions, Inc. on January 11, 2018 at 1:43pm — No Comments

Nature Play The Day Away!

Close your eyes…

Think of one of your favorite memories as a child.

Does it involve being outside? How do you feel when you think of this memory and what feelings did you have as a child in this memory? For many people, when asked these questions, the response usually involves an outdoors experience with friends and/or family with lots of happiness, excitement, adventure, and satisfaction. My memory is when my brother and I used the swing set to create a mud…

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Added by Reid Park Zoo Education on November 24, 2017 at 3:16pm — No Comments

Natural Scientists Right from the Start

It's going to be another great year at Schoolmates. The new Explorers arrived in the rain on Wednesday, September 6. Everyone had raincoats and asked, "Are we going to hike today?" A little rain wasn't going to stop these enthusiastic children.

After some…

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Added by Ann Courcy on November 14, 2017 at 5:56am — No Comments

A Clearing in the Woods

It took two days of asking and bargaining, but I got Aurora and Stephen to take a hike with me. Actually, for months I have "led by example." I walk or hike whenever possible. Stephen and Aurora know my beliefs about exercise and being in nature, yet they fight my attempts to get them outside. When motivating children, "lead by example" gets you only so far. After that it's bargain,…

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Added by Ann Courcy on September 4, 2017 at 7:29pm — No Comments

The Family Guide to a Mostly Screen-Free Summer

New Dream recently launched a new guide to help parents and caregivers (or anyone for that matter!) concerned about screen-time taking over their free-time this summer. The Family Guide to a Mostly Screen-Free Summer is chock full of ideas to help families reclaim their free time and resist the temptation to turn to screens in…

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Added by Casey Williams on July 28, 2017 at 2:06pm — No Comments

10 SUMMERS DOCUMENTARY

Our documentary trailer screened at the Vancouver conference.  Our doc is a multi-generational story about a unique summer camp in the Sierra foothills and the transformative power of nature on children.  It's about getting unplugged and outdoors!  Check out our Indiegogo campaign...

https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/10-summers-documentary-nature-education#/

 

Added by Ellen Moore on July 21, 2017 at 1:15pm — No Comments

Nature Play comes to Reid Park Zoo

Close your eyes and think of one of your favorite memories as a child. Does it involve being outside? How do you feel when you think of this memory and what feelings did you have as a child in this memory? For many people, when asked these questions, the response usually involves an outdoors experience with friends and/or family with lots of happiness, excitement, adventure, and satisfaction. My memory is when my brother and I used the swing set to create a mud cookie factory. We would grab…

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Added by Reid Park Zoo Education on June 25, 2017 at 9:33am — No Comments

Little Things

And then there is the world of little things, seen all too seldom. Many children, perhaps because they themselves are small and closer to the ground than we, notice and delight in the small and inconspicuous. With this beginning, it is easy to share with them the beauties we usually miss because we look…

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Added by Ann Courcy on June 24, 2017 at 9:36am — No Comments

Little Things

And then there is the world of little things, seen all too seldom. Many children, perhaps because they themselves are small and closer to the ground than we, notice and delight in the small and inconspicuous. With this beginning, it is easy to share with them the beauties we usually miss because we look…

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Added by Ann Courcy on June 24, 2017 at 9:35am — No Comments

Call for Submissions from Children & Young People

Hello!

I am part of a small group of co-editors from the UK, Australia, Canada, and the USA.  We are inviting submissions from children and young people (ages 0-25) on their experiences with nature, animals, and their ideas or concerns about environmental issues.  Our project is called the ChildhoodNature Companion and will be published by Springer Publishing.

The submissions can be anything, including poetry, art work, photographs, short stories, essays, opinion…

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Added by Joshua Russell on April 18, 2017 at 11:23am — No Comments

Believe in the power of outdoor learning and play?

“We are living in an age of unprecedented uncertainty and change. Nobody has a clue what the world will look like in five years’ time. And yet we’re educating children for it.”

Sir Ken Robinson

What can we do?

How about joining in Outdoor Classroom Day,…

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Added by Nick Gardner on March 30, 2017 at 12:50am — No Comments

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