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  1. Growing Up WILD and PLT Early Childhood Environmental Experiences Workshop for Early Childhood Educators

    February 18 @ 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM

    Growing Up WILD: Exploring Nature with Young Children and Project Learning Tree’s Environmental Experiences for Early Childhood, are supplementary educational programs for young learners designed to connect children ages 3 – 7 with nature and wildlife. Workshop participants will have an opportunity to do sample activities from both programs that foster critical early childhood skill development and tap into children’s sense of wonder about nature and the wildlife around them. Integrate art, music, science, reading, math, and much more in nature-based activities Support developmentally appropriate practice Correlated to National Association for the Education of Young Children Standards and Head Start Domains For info: Judy Silverberg, N.H. Project Learning Tree; [email protected]

News

  • Project Learning Tree Curriculum Wins Teachers’ Choice Award
    Washington D.C. and Ottawa, ON – Project Learning Tree’s (PLT) Energy in Ecosystems curriculum for grades 3-5 has been selected a Learning® Magazine 2019 Teachers’ ChoiceSM Award (TCA) for the Classroom winner. Winners, including products from Scholastic and National Geographic, were […]