The EPA has tons of lessons and activities about air, climate change, ecosystems, energy, health, water, and reduce, reuse, recycle. I've already found 6 that match what my students are learning about next week! I also found that the EPA offers grants t
At times, parents make see outside play as just 'play' and not real learning. This poster, and attached website, help parents understand the value of outside play, and what children are learning. I believe outside play to be highly beneficial, and parents should understand it's value in order to appreciate it.
A Classroom with No Walls: The Power of Outdoor Learning
create stations throughout the classroom that invite students to come sit down, explore, interact, and manipulate materials and learning will take place without any need for direct instruction. This is how the environment becomes the third teacher." Well said!