Author: emily_morgan

17 April 2020 0 [post_view]

Balance Screen Time with Green Time

Connecting Kids (and Adults) with Nature During Remote Learning Adding some green time into remote learning lessons can provide an opportunity for students (and parents)... Learn more +

17 September 2019 0 [post_view]

8 Green Breaks to Refocus, Reset, and Refresh Your Students During the School Day

There is a growing body of research showing that time in nature is essential for our mental and physical health. Incorporating green breaks - just... Learn more +

06 October 2018 0 [post_view]

The Wonder of Spiderwebs

[caption id="attachment_275" align="alignnone" width="525"] Photo by Judd Patterson[/caption] Fall has always been my favorite season. I love the crisp air, pumpkins, colorful leaves…and the spiderwebs!... Learn more +

Making the Most of a Sunset

We often forget that we are living on a spinning ball of rock that is orbiting a star, but taking the time to slow down... Learn more +

11 October 2013 0 [post_view]

Sharing the Night Sky

If people sat outside and looked at the stars each night, I bet they’d live a lot differently. - Bill Watterson You don’t have to... Learn more +

18 May 2013 0 [post_view]

Dandipuffs and Poke-a-Nuts: Naming Things in Nature

A friend recently posted this photo of her daughter on Facebook and described how her little girl, Kiley, coined the name “dandipuffs” for this particular... Learn more +

09 April 2013 0 [post_view] , , ,

Share the Wonders of Spring

Here are a few ideas and resources for sharing the enchantment of Spring with the children in your life: Take a “Signs of Spring” Walk... Learn more +

28 March 2013 0 [post_view]

Welcome to Next Time You See

Hello! Thanks for stopping by.  I will start blogging soon.  Until I get my first blog post up, please connect with me on social media... Learn more +