This toolkit from the World Forum Foundation’s Nature Action Collaborative and Nature Explore contains over 80 pages of activities to use with children ages 3-8 years old in early childhood and school settings. The guide is focused on positive actions that teachers and children can take together to make the world a “greener” and healthier place.

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Year Level: Early Years, Primary

A stick – the ultimate open-ended tool for creative and collaborative learning.


In this resource we provide 50 stick-inspired ideas for children that link with the Early Years Framework Learning Outcomes.


Learn how to develop your own stick agreements and how to incorporate some sticky learning each and every day.


Great text to support and inspire – Not a Stick by Antionette Portis





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Study of a Danish forest kindergarten from the perspective of the educator (pedagogue) and parents of children in his care. Includes discussion around school readiness, risk and trust in an outdoor learning environment.  Comments by author Jane Williams-Siegfredsen (author of Understanding the Danish Forest School Approach).

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Length: 11m : 33s

Teacher Tom (Tom Hobson) is a well-known and well respected preschool teacher, speaker, prolific blogger, author and artist from Seattle, Washington who has been teaching at Woodland Park Cooperative School for the past 15 years. Tom is a practitioner of progressive play-based education and his blog entries are full of quality content, photos and links to supporting research.

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