In a world where classrooms are defined by a desk and four walls, where technology reigns supreme and helicopter parents continue to wrap their little ones in cotton wool, it’s important we find ways to move beyond those walls, simplify our learning environments and get in touch with the good stuff; sunshine, mud, wind and… Continue reading The Power of Nature Play!
A few weeks ago my daughter and I made rain clouds in a jar. An easy little experiment you can do with any child starting from preschool age really, and although it's a fantastic way of exploring the science behind rain clouds and weather in general, we ended up going along an entirely different path… Continue reading Rain Clouds and Mindfulness
Dear Square Peg, You never did fit into that round hole did you? You sat (possibly wriggled!) in your spot and were made to feel like you were doing something wrong, when all you were really doing was being you. Because... You're the square peg. You're not obnoxious, you're just confident. You're not vague, you're… Continue reading Dear Square Peg