Our Children are the Caretakers of Tomorrow: In this book we celebrate nature and art, opening the hearts and minds of children - inspiring them to explore the wonders of the natural world and thier own unique creative…Continue
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My wish for Summer is that all children, everywhere get to experience a "childhood summer" ....to be alive in nature, to feel it, breath it, taste it, smell it, see it, dance with it..wonder at it and with it.....to celebrate it!
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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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Let’s give children back their childhood.
Children are spending less time outdoors than ever before. “Let’s Talk” is a new online talk show asking QUESTIONS, getting ANSWERS so that YOU can take ACTION!
We ALL have a part to play in this revolution. Watch the videos:…
Added by Marghanita Hughes on October 30, 2010 at 8:54am — No Comments
Nature play nurtures a child’s body, mind and spirit.
When children and nature mix, something magical happens….Watch the video.
Building the Biggest Butterfly Girl Fairy House for Charity (part 2)
Getting kids outside and connecting with nature couldn’t be more FUN!
Upon arrival the girls were spotting all the Butterfly Girls hanging in the trees.
Once everyone had arrived I handed out some chalk and asked the children to draw their favorite animal, bird or…Continue
Added by Marghanita Hughes on September 8, 2010 at 10:06pm — No Comments
This post and the following 2 posts are dedicated to my beautiful friend Don who allowed me to hold this magical event in his grounds, a nature haven for wildlife.
The Butterfly Girls of Summer Charity Event 2010 (Biggest Fairy House – Kelowna 2010)
These days, a typical child spends only 4 to 7 minutes outside each day. Compare that to the 7½ hours daily the average kid uses electronic
media, according to the…