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    • Rachel Hatch

      Exploring the outdoors a little more closely (Window Walk)

    • Michele Liberty

      Exploring the outdoors a little more closely through a foam Window Viewer from Teach Preschool

    • Debbie Tate

      Outdoor Windows to Draw Attention to Details (Preschool) - There are also book suggestions at the end of the blog post.

    • Paula Pons

      Outdoor window walk...a simple way to draw children's attention to details in the outdoor environment

    • Dana K

      Bring a magnifying glass to outside and see how beautiful the world is both big and small scales!

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