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Nature Based Preschools October 14, 2013

Filed under: Environmental Education — explorergarden @ 4:53 am
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I love this article from the Boston Globe on Nature-Based Preschool programs. I keep looking at my yard, my gardens, my chickens, and thinking of my own background as an educator,  and saying to myself, “What if I did this here….”

Here’s a link to the article:

www.bostonglobe.com/magazine/2013/10/05/nature-preschools-and-kindergartens-getting-kids-moving-and-learning/Vmy0nPeCoeVhxV4xzncPAO/story.html

Here’s  my yard, seen through the lens of a spider web. I wonder what it would be like  to run a nature school here?

tiny spider web in fog

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