(This is a recent addition to our Eco-Story Project. If you want to engage your students’ sense of wonder at the awesomeness of the community of life in which they live then read more about the cross-curricular and cross-grade approach to teaching called Imaginative Ecological Education. Be sure to download the colouring page at the end!) Yeah, you […]
Here’s a fun little thing to do at home and think about when you’re taking part in the Walking Curriculum. See if you can spot some interesting critters in here as you colour the page and watch for them outside as you walk or sit alone. What shapes are common? Any patterns? How many acorns […]
Remember way back when I posted about the cutest spider ever? Well, I did. And I meant it- these ARE the most adorable arachnids I’ve ever seen. Which isn’t to say that there may be a spider out there even more “Awwwww” inducing than Peacock Spiders, but you’d have to prove it to me. The […]
Waterbears are amazing, tiny creatures. And when I say tiny, I mean the size of a period tiny! They exist on every continent, in every country, in your back yard, school yard, the tree across the way, and the grass underfoot. These squishy bags of cute have survived the radiation of space, the immense pressure of […]
This is a wet bear. He’s grumpy. The salmon in his mouth doesn’t look terribly impressed either. Might be best to avoid grumpy bears and unimpressed fish altogether.