Category Archives: Outdoor Inquiry

A cairn is a man-made pile (or stack) of stones, a delicately balanced structure.

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“It’s a gateway to a magical new world.” A.B. – 5 Years Old

A new outdoor learning space has been discovered by the children!!!!!  Take a look…It’s  AMAZING! The children love reading books in the woods… Look what happened when we added a new material to the “magical new world.” The children decided … Continue reading

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“It’s like a mirror, kind of like magic.” B.C. – 5 Years Old

The children were inspired to think about shadows and reflections after noticing them in photos taken by a local photographer – Don Johnston.  Thank you to our lunch room supervisor for sharing her beautiful book with us! During Outdoor Inquiry, … Continue reading

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An Encounter with Nature fosters Collaboration

Fred the Rainbow Flower “Its kind of like a sunflower but it has a rainbow middle.”

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