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Tell Them Stories! ~ An Interview with Science Teacher and Aviculturist, Jason Crean

Yesterday evening at Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum, during our final STEM Institute follow-up session of the year, I had the privilege of chatting with one of ten 2016 Golden Apple Award winners, a 2009 Presidential Award Winner (presented by President Obama), the President Elect of the Illinois Science Teachers Association, and a guy who built a 300 square foot aviary on the back of his house. 1,095 more words

5 Ways to Get Kids Into Nature | Politicians Should Make America Better for Parents by Thinking Swedish | Outside Online

Getting Outside More Is Good for Kids (and Adults):

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     It’s spring and time to look hard at how often our kids get outside to explore and play. 128 more words

Playdate

The ocean, kids climbing rocks and the most perfect spring morning.

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Nature is Congratulation

Sometimes, as she sat here, she imagined herself as her own distant ancestor: One step ahead of something large and hungry, she had leaped into branches and shinnied up a tall tree. 744 more words

Puddle Jumping

It’s spring. The snow is melting. What better time for our family to get outside, play in the puddles and get very wet!

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Must listen - Richard Louv on how we can create a Nature Rich Future

Better for us, better for all our children, for the economy and society, and much much better for the planet.

http://www.santaferadiocafe.org/sfradiocafe/2016/02/18/richard-louv/

The New Nature Movement is building for a reason.

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Why Do This?

The Advocate published an article about Biggz Kidz January 2015. I was intrigued and decided immediately that I must find a way to connect with this group. 261 more words

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