Added by Stacey Mackowiak on March 19, 2015 at 6:50pm — No Comments
This is a really fun experiment for kids to help with (or take lead on) and depending on how many seeds you have will take an hour or so to start. I think the best part, other than the vibrant red in the beet sprouts, was the wash of cucumber scent that was released as we checked on the cucumber seeds. It was seriously intense, and like a little burst of summer.
You can download the free printable photo tutorial and chart over in the …Continue
Added by Kris Antonius on March 17, 2015 at 6:41pm — No Comments
There is magic everywhere, what are the gifts of the season where you are?
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Added by Stacey Mackowiak on March 17, 2015 at 6:28am — No Comments
Cedarsong Forest Kindergarten Newsletter – February 2015
By Erin Kenny ©2015
February was again unseasonably warm and dry. Although we had some light morning frost towards the end of month, the forest floor has significantly dried out and we are beginning to shed our rain pants. We have noticed many signs of spring this month, including more insects, new birds, leaf buds and sprouts.
The children have found worms and black beetles beginning to emerge…Continue
Added by Erin Kenny on March 14, 2015 at 3:33pm — No Comments
Journey North is a citizen science program that tracks monarch butterfly migration. With the monarch population at a record low, children and educators can help by reporting their monarch sightings and sharing the monarch migration map.
The monarch map (below) can be embedded on your website, so readers can be part of this important conservation project. We'd welcome your participation!
Here's the Live migration map:…
Added by Journey North on March 6, 2015 at 8:22am — No Comments