Tag Archives: Forest School

Nature Nerds What To Do Fall 2016

  WILD CONNECT with Maddi Kettner Developed as a partnership between the Canadian Wildlife Federation and the Outdoor Council of Canada (OCC), the WILD Connect leadership course is a one evening + two day intense learning experience. Attendees will become certified … Continue reading

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Top 20 Reasons to Attend the 2016 Manitoba Nature Summit!

1.) To network with some truly amazing people. 2.) To re-discover wonder. 3.) Because when else can you attend a conference and not have to iron anything? 4.) You want a world that values play and children who appreciate nature. … Continue reading

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Top 10 things to do support your child’s learning, Forest School Style

Top 10 things to do outside with your kids: Forest School Style! by Leah Edmonds Playing outside with the children you care for is a great way to spend quality time. Here are some tips on how to maximize your child’s … Continue reading

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2016 Manitoba Nature Summit Workshop Proposals

The Manitoba Nature Summit would like to invite you to send us your workshop proposals for the 2016 Nature Summit which will be held September 16,17 & 18th at Camp Manitou (850 Green Oaks Lane, Headingly, MB). Manitoba Nature Summit … Continue reading

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What to do in Winnipeg Autumn 2015

Attention plant-dorks, nature nerds, play peeps, educators extraordinaire! Here’s a list of events you should be attending, in cronological order: October 15th– Attend the Time to Play Film night with Kim Hunter (director/film maker/Waldorf educator) & Joy Winchell M. Ed. (a … Continue reading

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Resource Fair 2014

Call Out for Resource Fair Participants If you have a small business that sells Nature/Play related products, if you are part of a non-profit that does work that promotes outdoor education for children or you have a poster presentation that … Continue reading

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City Kids in a City Forest- Day 5

Part 7 of a series of posts that share how one Early Childhood Educator and her colleagues bring some of the children in their care to Assiniboine Forest once a week for 6 weeks to offer them an experience with Forest School principles in … Continue reading

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City Kids in a City Forest – Day 4

Part 5 of a series of posts that share how one Early Childhood Educator and her colleagues bring some of the children in their care to Assiniboine Forest once a week for 6 weeks to offer them an experience with Forest School principles in … Continue reading

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City Kids in a City Forest- Day 2

Part 3 of a series of posts that share how one Early Childhood Educator and her colleagues bring some of the children in their care to Assiniboine Forest once a week for 6 weeks to offer them an experience with Forest School principles in … Continue reading

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City Kids in a City Forest- Field Trips to Assiniboine Forest

Part 1 of a series of posts that share how one ECE and her colleagues bring some of the children in their care to Assiniboine Forest once a week for 6 weeks to offer them an experience with Forest School principles in … Continue reading

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