As summer break comes to a close and garden plants are ready for harvest, what can you do with the leaves of the plants you pull out, besides compost them? Leaf prints! Leaf prints are fun easy to make, and depending on whether you do it as art alone or as an extension to a botany lesson this activity spans the age ranges from K-12!
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.
Having played the piano for over 25 years, I have had some exposure to what we call music theory. As a piano teacher, I have had ample opportunity to describe to many new students exactly what music theory is and the basics of it. So what is basic music theory? The basics of music theory […]
A guided nature journal for children to document their explorations outdoors. This journal can be used by children living in any region across the world. Each page contains prompts to help children connect with the