Esra Çelik

Esra Çelik

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How to build a HUGE Slip N Slide. Fun for ALL AGES!

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Huggies®. As always, all opinions are my own. We made a huge slip n slide for our neighborhood for Memorial Day.

How Ecotherapy Led Me to the Great Wall of China

How Ecotherapy Led Me to the Great Wall of China

Therapeutic Benefits of Hiking

Therapeutic Benefits of Hiking

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Learn great and easy tips how you can fit forest therapy in your life without neglecting your family, work or good night’s sleep.

Learn great and easy tips how you can fit forest therapy in your life without neglecting your family, work or good night’s sleep.

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Combine three all-engaging elements—dirt, water and nature treasures—with a universal context of cooking food. You’ll inspire virtually endless, imaginative play and developmentally nourishing mess-making for kids of different ages.

Pine Trees and Preschoolers. The Amazing Benefits of Forest School. The Scandinavian approach to outdoor learning and play is getting popular in the U.S. And with good reason.

Pine Trees and Preschoolers. The Amazing Benefits of Forest School. The Scandinavian approach to outdoor learning and play is getting popular in the U. And with good reason.

Forest Schools: Education in the great outdoors - Outdoor Families Magazine

Sounds a lot like the programs offered through The Parklands Outdoor Classroom! The concept of forest schools has been around for some time, but many parents are just now finding out how an all-outdoor education may help their child.

This is a great way to help children with retelling a story.  It builds comprehension, sequencing and it is fun!  It is simple – on a long piece of bulletin board paper – draw a winding path.  At the beginning of the path, draw a visual clue of the first event.  I did this Storytelling …

Storytelling Pathways: Walking the Fairy Tale This is a great way to help children with retelling a story. On a long piece of bulletin board paper - draw a winding path. At the beginning of the path, draw a visual clue of the first event.