CoursesOnline WorkshopsGet StartedLet’s Make Curriculum-on-the-Go Kits: Welcome! 2 Lecture1.1 Your link to the workshop recording Lecture1.2 Your Certificate of Participation This content is protected, please login and enroll course to view this content! Next Your Certificate of Participation 7 Comments Renee Schwartz August 12, 2020 Log in to Reply Hi Victoria! Thanks for offering this great workshop. I wanted to share a few ideas. For the Colors in Nature, if kids are doing this at home you could have them mix their own paint color and paint a swatch of it on a slip of paper, and then walk around in nature to see if they can match their color. We have done this in the Spring when all the new greens are popping up, but it would be lovely in the other seasons and with other colors as well. For organizing the kits, this seems like the perfect use of those plastic zippered pouches that sheet sets and mattress pads come in! They have those little pockets in the front with a card with the size of the sheets… so just flip the card around and write the name of the kit on the blank back side. I’ve been saving these for such a long time trying to figure out what to do with them, so thank you for the inspiration! For every child having a magnifying glass all the time, we are using the jeweler’s loupes from The Private Eye curriculum. They come on lanyards so kids can just wear them as needed and then put them away with their personal school things at the end of the day. Very handy. http://the-private-eye.com/index.html Victoria Hackett August 12, 2020 Log in to Reply I love your ideas!!! Thanks for the link too! Brilliant. Carla Pasieka July 5, 2020 Log in to Reply Hi Victoria, I have used similar kits for activities with preschoolers. They were more circle activities. I really like the ideas you have provided in this workshop. So many new activities to do with preschool aged children. I want to create and do more nature education activities and this workshop helps provide me with ways to develop a nature curriculum. Thank-you, Carla Victoria Hackett July 6, 2020 Log in to Reply Yea! Christine Hawkins May 29, 2020 Log in to Reply The idea of using a bungee cord between trees. I could see using 2 (top and bottom) and clipping charts or papers to them. I like the idea of the white square of fabric or tarps to lay out a space for materials. The journals on stick are so cool. Victoria Hackett May 30, 2020 Log in to Reply Great. Let us know how it works for you. Sandie Taylor May 27, 2020 Log in to Reply I have just bought your Let’s Make Curriculum on the Go Kits recorded video and there dosen’t appear to be any sound on it? Can you help me please? Thank you Sandie Leave A Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.