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Learning with Nature

Suitable for groups of children aged between 3 and 16, the graded activities help children develop:
• Key practical and social skills
• Awareness of their place in the world
• Respect for the natural world all while enjoying the great outdoors.
Written by experienced Nature educators and Forest School practitioners, using tried and tested games and activities, it provides comprehensive information for enriching childrens’ learning through nature. The games and activities are clearly categorized, with step-by-step instructions, age guide, a list of resources needed, and invisible learning points.
This book is a unique must-have resource for families, schools, youth groups and anyone working with children.
It includes sections on: caretaking, games, activities through the seasons, wild facts, tool safety, survival and wild foraging.

This resource is produced by
Circle of Life Rediscovery
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