Nature as a Classroom pdf
Connecting With Nature for Kindergarten pdf
Connecting With Nature for grades 4-6 pdf
Connecting With Nature for grades 7 & 8 pdf
Studies show spending time outdoors helps students do better in school by improving memory, problem-solving and creativity. Children who spend time in nature are also healthier and more likely to care for nature as adults.
Teachers across Canada agree! They’ve downloaded more than 10,000 copies of our educational guides. From coast to coast to coast, educators are taking their students outside. And they’re reporting that it’s good for students and those who teach them!
You can foster a nature connection in your students with the free lesson plans and resources on this page. All are available in French and English.
The Nature as a Classroom guide answers common questions about how to make outdoor learning fun and accessible.
The Connecting With Nature guides include comprehensive classroom and outdoor lesson plans for kindergarten through Grade 8.
The Connecting With Nature guides were created and written by David Suzuki Foundation staff, Toronto District School Board educators and staff, and students from Nipissing University’s Schulich School of Education.
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