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There is No Bad Weather

No matter where you live, you have a choice to make. You will bemoan the changing of each season or you will celebrate it. I am a big believer in the celebration. Fall in Vancouver, British Columbia brings a promise of colourful leaves, crisp mornings, white caps on the waves, and the advent of the …

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Forest Literacy Framework

Project Learning Tree Canada‘s Forest Literacy Framework translates the language of forests and sustainable forest management into concepts for everyone. The framework offers 100 forest concepts for Grades K-12, organized into four themes: What is a forest?, Why do forests matter?, How do we sustain our forests?, and What is our responsibility to forests? Find …

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Discovering Decomposers!

Discovering Decomposers! Submitted by: Serina Bain Grade level: ECE, elementary Core Competencies: creative-thinking, critical thinking, positive-personal-and-cultural-identity Subject Disciplines: science-education,indigenous-education Location: any natural place (e.g. playground, forest, beach) Grade 1-4 could be extended to grade 7 Materials: Hard writing surface (clip board, cardboard with clip) Pencil Coloured pencils (optional, helps with drawings and observations) Magnifying glasses …

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The Ultimate at-home Camp-Out

The Ultimate at-Home ‘CAMP OUT’!!   What: An at-home ‘camping’ experience, including a cook-out, sleep-out and ‘camp’ activities! Where: From your home – backyard, courtyard, grass space, family room – whatever space you can access! Who: You AND encourage your family to join! You’ll take care of the planning and they get to participate in …

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