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Natural Learner’s Holiday Gift Guide

Natural Learner’s Holiday Gift Guide

It’s that time of year again! Instead of scrambling at the last minute, fighting the crowds, and worrying about picking out that “perfect gift” for the natural learner in your life, check out this carefully curated list of my favorite gifts that you’ll find under my tree this year! You’re sure to find something for every part of your day and every person on your list, between creating in your art studio, adventuring outdoors, free play, and even a few things for the parents too! 😉

Oh, and make sure to enter our Black Friday Giveaway Bundle, with an amazing combo of gifts from several of the awesome companies in our Gift Guide this year!

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Designated Spaces – How Is Your Learning Space Defined?

Designated Spaces – How Is Your Learning Space Defined?

This week, I am hosting the Nature Hack Challenge, where hundreds of families are coming together to commit to making incredible changes to their children’s learning spaces. In our first day, we talk about decluttering our space and making sure that we aren’t overwhelming our children with too many options. One of the most important ways that we can organize and keep down on clutter, while also ensuring a nice flow to our environment, is by setting up designated spaces. Designated spaces are those areas that are clearly defined within your child’s environment. They know what to expect here, they know what resources and materials are available to them, they know how it is organized, etc. Having your home or care facility set up with clearly defined designated spaces will go a long way towards helping your space stay organized, and gives your children the best opportunity to naturally learn and express themselves in a variety of ways within the same space. So what designated areas should you incorporate in your space? Here is a list to consider: * Creativity – This is a space for your children to freely create with a variety of materials/resources, so ideally an open-ended art space (see the photo above). Don’t be afraid to allow your children to access art materials! The key is introducing each new material independently so they know how to use it. My children are 3 and 6, and some of the resources they have freely available to them are: stickers, paper, scissors, hole punches, glitter, glue, paint, pipe cleaners, sequins, buttons, yarn, perler beads, clay, hot glue gun,... read more
Stick-lets Giveaway!

Stick-lets Giveaway!

I’m super excited to share that Stick-lets is sponsoring a giveaway for two of their amazing fort-building kits! Enter below to win one of their Sunset Collection Fort-Building Kits! Don’t let the dreary fall/winter weather drive you inside. Get outside and build a fort with Stick-lets! Check out Stick-lets on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter! Enter the giveaway below: Entry-Form... read more

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