Tag Archives: Leah Edmonds

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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How to Tobboggan

   Since the word got out about Hamilton’s sledding ban, the news and social media have been giving a lot of attention to tobogganing. Calgary has now followed suit, restricting many of their local hills.  Stories of severe injury have been popping up … 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 3

Part 4 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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Child Stress- Schedule Less & Play More- Guest Blog by Leah Edmonds

Child Stress- Schedule Less & Play More by Leah Edmonds from playschoollessons.blogspot.ca Globally, parents and educators are working towards raising healthy children who are able to live long, successful lives.  We want to give them the tools, skills and experiences that … Continue reading

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Meet the Organizing Committee – Part 10

Meet Leah Edmonds – the most recent addition to our team. Leah is a 2014 graduate from the Early Childhood Education Diploma program at Red River College and has over 9 years of child care experience. The lessons that nature gives, inspires her … Continue reading

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