Here’s a list of 9 benefits children experience when exploring in nature.
Here are some practical ways to engage children in hands-on story activities which will make reading so much fun!
There are 11 great reasons why children should be out climbing trees. Climbing trees strengthens numerous essential skills … and it’s heaps of fun!
The purpose of children’s art focuses on the process rather than the end product!
Children are amazing! They have an inbuilt desire to learn. In fact, if we trust our children, they create the curriculum themselves!
I’ve lost count of the number of times I’ve been surprised by my children! Yesterday, was no exception!
The wonder of childhood is that they can see & experience the world from many perspectives.
It’s true: nature nurtures children’s reading skills. I can hear you asking, how? What am I raving on about? The answer lies in the fact that when children are exploring nature, they refine and strengthen skills which are needed for reading.
Reading is a skill children consciously learn and not something they magically pick up. Children need 3 things in order to read: time, support, opportunity.
Walking on the fence is part of childhood. This simple activity has so many benefits for children, including physical and emotional growth.