Posts Tagged ‘Environmental Education’

Home Gardening Activity Kits

With the cancellation of schools in March 2020, due to the Covid Pandemic, our after school clubs, Exploring Ecosystems through Gardens and Art, in five schools were also put on hold. We realized that with school closures, and the focus on “learning” via computer, many children were missing healthy time outside, and the social/emotional support [read more]


Exploring Ecosystems through Gardens and Art

Exploring gardens and art connects children with the beauty and magic of the natural world. Art and gardens reinforce learning, engaging all the senses, and providing fulfilling hands-on projects. By using art to teach about nature and gardening we provide children experiences vital to their mental and emotional growth and well-being. In addition, art is an effective way to


The Life of a Seed – Movement and Dance

Third grade students learn about the life of a seed – planting, germination growth, producing blossoms, leaves, flowers, fruit; and dispersing their seed before they die, only to live again. Martha Edwards, movement and dance teacher leads children through the life cycle while exploring their own “seed” – body awareness, feelings, expression – telling a