Some tips, especially now the days are getting colderEducators, we’re sure you know that getting students outside into nature has physical, intellectual and social benefits. So take a look at these ideas to get your students into nature’s classroom: bit.ly/2F4SYFP.
Time outside can be structured, like monitoring and field trips, or unstructured. Either way, #AMLR’s NRM Education team has you covered.
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We absolutely love to see our animals in our members classrooms. We truly believe that children can learn so much from that bond and interaction.This week Reception Gold welcomed a special classmate .... Misty the rabbit from Nature Education Centre! The children have taken excellent care of Misty, while learning how to care for others at the same time. ... See MoreSee Less
We made it!! We wish our members a relaxing and rejuvenating holidays.
Our admin team is also taking a holiday so orders from this week won’t be uploaded to our website until next term. Payments can be made as normal. Please include order numbers on all payments. ... See MoreSee Less
Yep! Immersing kids in nature is the best medicine, but we knew this already!! We’re now taking loan bookings for next term. Our kits and preserved loans make a great addition to our animals. Check out our website to see how we can enhance your teaching. www.nature.sa.edu.au/shop/A new Danish study shows that children who grew up near to green spaces were likely to be happier grown ups. And it didn’t matter what those nature spots were: wilderness, national parks or urban parks.
Hurrah, the holidays are on the horizon! We will be closed from 5.30pm on the 17th, reopening at 1.30pm on the 26th. We wish our members and volunteers a refreshing and relaxing holidays 😁 ... See MoreSee Less