Celebrating Outdoor Learning in local nature

Acknowledging unceded territory of Musqueam, Squamish & Tsleil-Waututh

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Creating Patterns in Nature

Submitted by: Alexandra Lamb Grade level: elementary Core Competencies: creative-thinking,communication,social-responsibility Subject Disciplines: outdoor-education,math Location: Outdoor space (e.g. school grounds, forest, garden, etc.) Objectives: Kindergarten: –       I can extend repeating patterns. –       I can create repeating patterns. –       I can name the

Submitted by: Damian A Grade level: middle-years,elementary Core Competencies: social-responsibility,positive-personal-and-cultural-identity,communication Subject Disciplines: biology,history,indigenous-education,outdoor-education What is Our One Hectare Backyard?  Our One Hectare Backyard is a series of educational videos that use a stewardship framework to

This resource helps educators teach about marine debris and involve their students in research and outreach. Students can conduct marine debris surveys, enter their data into NOAA’s database, analyze monitoring results, and become involved in

Elementary Literacy Activity Find shapes that resemble letters from outdoor materials – make sure to find the entire alphabet! How many words can you create in one minute? Ask 1 partner create the words with

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