Learning With Nature
Since experiencing nature is a healthy part of child development, take your class outdoors and use elements of nature for teaching the usual classroom subjects.
Into the Wilderness: Expanding the Lives of Kids
Our relationship with nature is essential to who we are, which is why wilderness experiences are (or should be) part of every young person's education.
How to Make a Sundial
Kindergarten Sun Unit Study The other day I shared that I have started kindergarten with J-Bug (5) and why we love My Father's World...
Outdoor and Environmental Education: Resource Roundup
Looking for resources for teaching about the environment, examples of environmental action projects, or ways to take learning outside? Explore our list of curated resources for these green approaches to integrated studies.
How to Make a Nature Journal for Kids
This tutorial on how to make a nature journal for kids makes it easy to create custom journals for your child's interests. Kids will love helping to make their own nature study journals to record forest finds, create leaf rubbings, or to sketch in.
Room to Move: Shared Use Creates Opportunities for Physical Activity
Partnering with local government, schools can create safe community spaces where children enjoy outdoor physical activity. Here are five steps to make that a reality.
5-Minute Film Festival: Encouraging Kids to Get Outdoors
With summer here, Edutopia's VideoAmy has collected some videos and resources to inspire you and your kids to get outside!
Expansive Classrooms: Taking Learning Outside
Two Canadian experiential leadership programs usher students into the great outdoors to pique their academic curiosity while enhancing their physical and mental health.
Nature Art for Kids: 33 Activities to Try
33 ideas for nature art for kids, including land art, journals, & leaf prints. Some of these art activities are inspired by nature; some use nature items.