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Kids Who Love Nature: Share & Journal
In this one-time Reggio-inspired class, we will share our observations and discoveries in nature, then use our curiosity for the outdoors as inspiration to draw, write or paint, encouraging young learners to keep a nature journal.
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The overall goal of this class is to bring together young learners who are curious about nature and to use that love of the outdoors as inspiration for discussion and nature journaling. The class is divided into three parts: Nature Sharing: Learners will be invited to share a nature item or nature experience with the class. Guided discussion about a nature topic: I will share something I have discovered in nature, using real artifacts, photos, and or video clips. I will guide the...
This class is taught in English.
The overarching goal of the class is to help learners dig deeper into their curiosity about nature and to get excited about putting their ideas down on paper. This class is designed for children with a range of literacy skills. I think it is important to celebrate all stages of literacy development and the many ways that we express our ideas. The way each child adds to their nature journal in this class will depend on their stage of literacy development and their interests (they may be drawing, painting, writing letters, words, or sentences). The class is designed to support the child in their current stage of literacy and language development and to encourage them to try out new ideas.
I have a Master's in early childhood and inclusive education with an emphasis on literacy and have been an educator for over 20 years. I see all children as capable individuals who are motivated to learn when their interests are honored and they are encouraged to make their own discoveries. I love spending time outdoors with my own family. I have seen that spending time in nature sparks so much curiosity and opportunities for learning which makes it a perfect match for getting children excited about making new discoveries as well as exploring ways of putting their ideas down on paper.
An artifact found in nature or a nature related idea/discovery to share in class. Paper and something to write/draw or paint with (pencil, crayons, paint, markers...) or a simple journal.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
40 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Inga Vintimilla: Inquiry-based educator, storyteller, and nature enthusiast
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
210 total reviews
301 completed classes
I see childhood as a time of wonder, discovery, and inspiration. I have a Masters in early childhood and inclusive education with an emphasis on literacy. I have been an educator for over 20 years, a journey that has given me the chance to work...