Tag Archives: nature

a young seedling

Through a child’s eyes…

If only adults could see the world through a child’s eyes we would discover the most amazing things that can inspire awe and curiosity, much like this tiny little Maple sprout hidden in the bark mulch at the park!

Not only did one little discover it with his spying eyes, but he also shared his interesting find with his friends who quickly came to investigate this new sign of Spring. A simple, often overlooked part of nature incited wonderful curiosity and conversation that enlightened us all. If only we saw the world through the eyes of a child, right?!

preschools in nature
kids explore nature
outdoor spring scavenger hunt

Letter of the Week “S”

“S” is for “Scavenger Hunt”! What better way is there to enjoy this stretch of warmer weather than to take our Letter of the Week program outside?! With our Scavenger Hunt List and Crayola in hand, we explored our nearby surroundings “searching” for the items on our list and it was a huge “success”! If you have the chance, take a few moments to learn outdoors-the classroom has no boundaries!

Touching nature as spring approaches
The Littles interact with nature on this -almost- spring day
checking off our scavenger hunt
I found a stump
Hey – I found a stump!
going on a scavenger hunt
…better check it off!