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Outdoor Learning Should Engage All Five Senses

...basic learning skill, and one of the most pleasurable. Added to this is the more abstract idea of emotional feeling. Together, physical and emotional feeling bring dimension to outdoor learning...
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Sticks and Stones: Uses in Outdoor Ed

few ways to keep the “outdoor” in outdoor learning. Sticks… When a big storm blows through town and rattles loose branches and twigs from the trees, very often, I find...
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Five Ways to Reimagine Boundaries

learn. Bonus points if you make your sensory wall part of your outdoor learning curriculum, like this water wall does. Research is showing that the fine motor outdoor skills most...
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My Passion: The Value of Outdoor Learning

...inquisitive… which is what learning is all about. A secure freedom to be wholly themselves. Special Outdoor Spaces My dream outdoor learning spaces are those that allow play, learning and...
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Approaches to Early Learning: Reggio Emilia

but should form the foundation for future learning. Interested in learning more about unique early learning strategies and their impact on space? Explore the other entries in our “Approaches to...
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Approaches to Early Learning: Montessori

learning more about unique early learning strategies and their impact on space? Explore the other entries in our “Approaches to Early Learning” series with overviews on High/Scope and Reggio Emilia....
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What Is a Playground For?

...outdoor learning that inform our approach. A playground needs to be safe and protected. It should promote learning, health and socialization. It should allow for rejuvenation of the mind, body...
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