Celebrating Outdoor Learning in local nature

Acknowledging unceded territory of Musqueam, Squamish & Tsleil-Waututh

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Submitted by: Hannah Hobbs Grade level: ece,elementary Core Competencies: communication,critical-thinking,positive-personal-and-cultural-identity,social-responsibility Subject Disciplines: outdoor-education,indigenous-education This lesson is designed to be used with the Pacific Spirit Park EcoKit, which can be reserved through the Pacific Spirit Park

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What’s Underfoot Walk

What do you notice about the world you are walking on? What is under your feet? Evoke Sense of Wonder:  Everything, eventually, goes back to the Earth—so what really have you been walking on? The

Submitted by: EcoFriendly Sask Grade level: elementary,middle-years,secondary Core Competencies: communication,social-responsibility Subject Disciplines: biology,earth-science-and-space-science,outdoor-education Nature Companion (https://www.naturecompanion.ca/) is a free app/website introducing many of the plants and animals found in Canada’s four western provinces. In just one

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


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