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A Teacher’s Reach—Inspired Learning

On a lovely fall afternoon walk around the neighborhood, I am enjoying the crisp air and crunchy yellow leaves underfoot. People are outside savoring the day, perhaps because we know that we will be fighting snow piles and windchills all … Continue reading

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Ideas and Resources for Earth Day 2013

By Cathryn Berger Kaye, author of The Complete Guide to Service Learning, and coauthor of Going Blue and Make a Splash! Earth Day 2013 is April 22, and it has a compelling theme: Climate Change. What an outstanding opportunity to … Continue reading

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9 Awesome Ideas for Staying Active Even When It’s Cold Outside

by Judy Molland, author of Get Out! 150 Easy Ways for Kids and Grown-Ups to Get Into Nature and Build a Greener Future You know it’s a whole lot easier to stay active with your kids in the summer, whether … Continue reading

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Remembering Jean Craighead George

by Judy Molland Getting children out into nature has become an overriding passion for many of us in these days of rising childhood obesity rates and the increasing reliance of young people on their electronic devices. For Jean Craighead George, … Continue reading

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