Everyday a new adventure
A small collection of stories of how children's lives (and adults too!) are changing through play and being outdoors.
A collection of our stories.
November 28, 2016
A couple of weeks ago – the night of the U.S. election, actually – a few of us from the Child and Nature Alliance of Canada/the Ottawa Forest and Nature School attended Richard Louv’s talk at the Canadian Museum of Nature...read on »
November 10, 2016
Letting a “wrong” answer stand
As adults and educators we can slip into this belief that it is our job to make sure children know “the right answer”. It can be a challenge to let a wrong answer stand.
September 30, 2016
Forest School First Aid
One of the central tenets of Forest and Nature School (FNS) is that children have a right to play in nature. In fact, children need to play in nature as part of their healthy development, and more and more research is emerging to support this. If you’re interested in reading more about this research...read on »