The emergency exit to outdoor learning...
Looks like loads of fun. I'm so glad I finally started a family nature club here in Los Angeles. The kids really seem to enjoy being outdoors together.
What an amazing program - very inspiring.
Looks like an amazing walk! Love that kind of hands-on-feet-in fun.
Thanks for sharing this! I'm off to check out the website! =)
I felt so pleased to be able to visit after many months of not finding the time. I think the weekly frequency is great. This really builds playing in woods into a child's routine. Hats off to Mandy for getting the whole venture going.
What a fantastic looking program! Congratulations to Mandy for giving the kids such great oppurtunities :)
If only we had some real mud!We are gonna try to do this with our sand, though...we signed up to do a 30 day outdorr chalenge and will post our Florida versions of making some sandy pies.Am going to go read Many's website when I wrap up this comment, so thanks for sharing it.Happy Wednesday!Colleen:)
mud, mud, glorious mud, nothing quite like it for cleaning the blood!what a fabulous idea and great fun for young and old...thanks for sharing!
i love your blog and your passion! i like how the parents are also involved. thanks for stopping by, i will be back for more inspiration!
That looks amazing! So much fun and learning all wrapped into one great day out. I'm soooooooo envious.
What an inspirational group, I am wondering if there is anything similar on my side of the world? The adventures looks so exciting and captivating and taking a group would surely increase both the fun and learning factors exponentially.
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