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How to Find Your Very Own Enchanted Forest: a guide for Earth Day

The most important thing to remember about enchanted forest finding is that any rules are mere guidelines. An enchanted forest may contain one or more of the ‘classic’ traits or none at all. 508 more words

“That Don’t Impress Me Much”

From the first time we try to convince our toddlers that the toy INSIDE the cardboard box is, in fact, the real present, we are imposing our value system on them. 600 more words

forest school

“A bed of moss, a gentle breeze, and the certainty of a few fairies hidden away has taught her more than I could ever hope to,” said the old woman with a cackle that echoed off the leafless branches.

Get outside! Get Muddy! Have Fun!

I was lucky as a child I got to spend as much time out of doors as I wanted. I could roam through fields, play down at the stream. 584 more words


Fortlandia: The Kingdom of Learning

It is no surprise that children love forts. Chances are high that everyone reading this can recall a childhood memory of building a fort. And with good reason – forts offer humans (especially small humans) a plethora of sensorial and imaginative splendor. 328 more words

Green Project

Connecting Young Children with Nature

With spring about to burst, it’s the perfect time to introduce your infant or toddler grandchild, son, daughter, niece, nephew or young friend to the great outdoors. 214 more words

Green-Schools - Biodiversity

Green-Schools, known internationally as Eco-Schools, is an international environmental education programme, environmental management system and award scheme that promotes and acknowledges long-term, whole school action for the environment.  220 more words

Children And Nature