Monday, 5 December 2011

Please Vote for Taking Children Outdoors to Play and Learn

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8 comments:

Sherry and Donna said...

Congratulations Juliet and you go girl! ... I would be thrilled to come second to your amazing blog any day my friend!!
Donna :) :)

Debi said...

Congratulations - I'd be happy to support you with my vote! Thanks for being a support to us parents, too, by bridging the gap between the preschool world and the home environment. :-)

Kierna C said...

Juliet - where do you get your energy? I am trying ot figure out who got nominated for what & where & here you have it all sussed - your nomination is so well deserved & good luck :)o

Deborah (Teach Preschool) said...

And I meant every word of it!!!

Deborah (Teach Preschool) said...

Oh - and I really am out-doorsy!! Well - I am working on it at least:)

Denise Krebs said...

Juliet,

Thanks for spreading the word. I had not even heard of this "movement"--if one can call it that. It actually is a pretty mainstream historical idea. Perhaps a bit waylaid along the way. I am all for it! Wholeheartedly agree!

This year my 7th grade science students and I are making a Life Science Portfolio on Flickr as we explore a local trail. The days we walk to the trail are our favorite science days. Now with the new snow we've had, we'll be back out there soon. Your post has inspired me to think of additional ways to get us outside.

I love the #eddies and how they make us aware of new educators, ideas, and members for our PLN. Keep up the great work!

Denise

jenny said...

Yay for the outdoors blogs I say! And yay to you Juliet - you are a wonderful support and inspiration and my 'go to' person and blog for everything outdoors and play. I hope you realise how much I get from you blog, even though I'm usually too slack to comment :)

Juliet Robertson said...

Thanks everyone for your kind comments and feedback.