When autocomplete results are available use up and down arrows to review and enter to select. Touch device users, explore by touch or with swipe gestures.

Outdoor education

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Outdoor education. Get inspired and try out new things.
3 Easy Steps to Get Your Kids Crafting With Natural Materials.

Outdoor learning activities and games are trendy among children, especially during the summer holidays. Children benefit a great deal from spending time outside exploring and adventuring in the green outdoors. Nature’s classroom is fascinating and incredibly diverse. These ideas will inspire you to spend some fun and meaningful time with your child outdoors.

Loose Parts From Nature : Gifts for Open-Ended Play (and learning!) - Easy Mommy Life

Nature provides so many opportunities to play. Loose parts found in nature are great for creative play and learning. Find out how to use loose parts here.

Exploring Symmetry in Nature: Hands-on math and science activity for kids of all ages using leaves, pinecones, flowers, and other natural materials. ~ BuggyandBuddy.com

Exploring Symmetry in Nature: Hands-on math and science activity for kids of all ages using leaves, pinecones, flowers, and other natural materials. ~ BuggyandBuddy.com

A fantastic set of printables for classifying and sorting nature. This is a great kids learning activity to teach science, STEAM , STEM , and nature skills. #naturelearning #naturetable #STEM #STEAM

A fantastic set of printables for classifying and sorting nature. This is a great kids learning activity to teach science, STEAM , STEM , and nature skills. #naturelearning #naturetable #STEM #STEAM

Inside Outside Michiana: Low Cost Outdoor Classroom Alternative Tips

Outdoor Classrooms provide a place for children to connect to nature. With so many areas where children are told "no" to the diverse ways they want to interact with nature, outdoor classrooms are often a "yes" place. Yes, please dig in the dirt. Yes, please dig with the log pieces. Yes, please climb on these fallen logs. I was introduced to the Nature Explore outdoor classroom concept as we developed a natural playscape at a local nature center. This research based process helped reign in…