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Nature Walk at Stonecold Mountain

January 2

One simple way schools can observe Earth Day is to take learning outside the classroom and have students interact with their environment. Nature walks are a fun and easy way to bring your students outdoors, whether it’s on the school grounds or at a park or another local place of interest.

Doing a nature walk is not only about celebrating Earth Day. It’s also an opportunity for learning experiences in a variety of subjects such as science, geography, math, and art. Each nature walk offers something different for students to explore – even if you walk the same trails from one day to the next. If you live in a colder climate, the changing seasons can be another great way to observe plants and animals as the weather shifts.

Nature walks aren’t only a fun activity, there are also significant benefits to bringing your students outdoors. According to an article by BBC News, outdoor learning boosts children’s development. And a growing number of researchers and educators are also sharing the benefits of outdoor learning.

Remember, outdoor learning doesn’t have to be a dull and laborious trudge through the bush. In this article, we’ll take look at some activities that will ensure nature walks are an engaging and enriching learning experience for students of all ages.

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Date:
January 2
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Website:
https://www.plt.org/educator-tips/nature-walk-activities

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Hildale City
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(435) 874-2323
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Charity Center
45 Montgomery St.
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