Celebrating Outdoor Learning in local nature

Acknowledging unceded territory of Musqueam, Squamish & Tsleil-Waututh

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Submitted by: Annie Montague Grade level: elementary,middle-years Core Competencies: creative-thinking,critical-thinking Subject Disciplines: math,fine-arts,outdoor-education,physics Green Schoolyard America and our partners at the International School Grounds Alliance publish a set of free, downloadable books filled with ideas

Life on our planet comes in countless forms, to borrow from Charles Darwin, endless forms most beautiful. We’ve identified over 1.5 million species and scientists think there could be 10 million or more left to discover. The

Story of the inanimate

Submitted by: Marie-Ève Dupuis Grade level: elementary Core Competencies: communication,creative-thinking Subject Disciplines: english Materials: Camera, Paper and pencil Background:  Have you ever wonder what that huge tree seen in its life? Or what that rock

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

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