that Make a Difference
Take advantage of your school’s outdoor environment to support success in your classroom.
This workshop series provides learning solutions for teachers to support the many needs of their young students. Consistently using the outdoors can assist children during transitions, routines, and circle time, while helping them to self-regulate, attend, and focus. In this series, we will showcase how outdoor child-led play will build and strengthen the foundational skills needed to foster independent work, collaboration with peers, problem-solving, and the motor skills needed to effectively hold a writing utensil.
Learn how to create an outdoor learning environment where children are successful, and teachers can align with the foundations and four frames of how children learn and grow.
This is an ‘outdoor how-to series’ with hands-on activities that can be easily transferred to any playground.
Workshops or Webinars with Educators
Outdoor child-led play is an important part of child development. The outdoors provides an increase in movement and sensory input that children are craving. In these workshops, we will streamline your loose parts and tools needed in order to Each workshop reinforces the research behind nature play and how to make it work in your playground. Learn how to simplify your outdoor programming.
Setting up your playground for success!
Promoting the foundations of Literacy Outdoors
Dirty Dishes: The Benefits of Learning with Mud Kitchens
Winter Nature Play
Re-Using your Discarded Christmas Tree
If I had a Hammer – Woodworking with your class
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