Posts made in August, 2017

3 Recipes for Harvest Time

Posted by on Aug 29, 2017 in The Seedling BLOG | 0 comments

3 Simple Recipes for Harvest Time With the change of seasons upon us, it is time to complete the harvest in my Garden that Feeds. It has been a good summer with a robust amount of tomatoes, lettuces, cucumbers. My herbs have been very happy too, especially my basil. Today I am focusing my energy on what to do with an abundance of fresh produce from my garden. I have to admit, I love to garden and I love to grow my own food; however, I am not so in love with cooking and figuring out what to do with it all. I dream about the day when I can pick fresh produce from my garden, whip up a fabulous...

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NEW! Design on a Shoe String Budget

Posted by on Aug 14, 2017 in The Seedling BLOG | 0 comments

Create a School-Wide Garden Program Design on a Shoestring Budget Onsite Consulting Why choose Outdoor-Classrooms.com for your design project?  It is simple: The best outdoor classrooms are the ones that are organic, evolve over time and grow within a community. The mission of Outdoor-Classrooms.com is for every child in every school to have access to an outdoor classroom. We are different because we inspire teachers to become Natural Teachers and offer resources to create Outdoor Classrooms on a shoestring budget. What makes Outdoor-Classrooms.com unique is the focus on planting seeds of...

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Stick Characters: 5 Easy Steps to Inspire Children’s Composition & Writing Skills

Posted by on Aug 14, 2017 in The Seedling BLOG | 0 comments

STICK CHARACTERS 5 Steps to Inspire Kids Composition & Writing Skills Outdoors Children love to play in the land of their own imaginations if given the opportunity. As teachers, parents, and facilitators of learning it’s our job to provide environments that capture children’s natural wonder for the world. Why not do this outdoors? This summer I introduced Stick Characters to the children at the REAL Program and witnessed first-hand how children’s ingenuity and creative process can sparkle even when given the simplest of materials. As Natural Teachers we can take this...

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