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If you are just signing up to the Education at Home newsletter now, take a look back on past newsletters for more great ideas on how to get students learning from our favourite teacher: nature!

More Time With Trees (June 3rd)

Exploring the World of Small (May 27th)

Basics of Birding: Binos, Behaviours, and Baths! (May 20th)

Intro to Backyard Birding (May 13th)

Lessons from Nature (May 6th)

Plants, Trees, Buds and Leaves (April 29th)

Earth Day: A Celebration of Home (April 20th)

Tune In To Nature: Lesson Plans, Videos and More (April 15th) 

If you haven’t signed up, we invite you to join the newsletter list now. Each week’s newsletter is filled with tips and tricks to help with homeschooling, the Wildsight way! Our focus will be for students primarily in Kindergarten to grade 7, though all families and classes are welcome to use these resources.

 
 
 
 
 
       


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