The interview below is part of a very special interview series with some of the world's leading advocates and practitioners who help connect children and families with and in nature, along with researchers, educators, emotional intelligence specialists, environmental champions, relationship experts, parenting experts, and health practitioners.
This interview features:
Global Educational Consultant in Nature Pedagogy,
As you watch, listen and learn, you'll hear lots of simple and practical ways to help your children to grow and thrive, nurture strong and meaningful bonds with them and create cherished family memories.
I hope you enjoy it, and I'll see you and your family ... OUTSIDE!
Mum of two really great kids,
Passionate advocate for connecting
children and families with and in nature,
and Managing Director,
Nurture in Nature Australia
Tania Moloney interviews Claire Warden
Tania talks with Claire about the What’s, Why’s and How’s of Nature Pedagogy, unstructured play and Nature kindergartens. You’ll learn how nature is a powerful teacher, and what parents and teachers can do outside the home/classroom to help their children learn about themselves, others and the natural world. With some great ideas for equipping your family and students for outdoor fun, you’ll find that there is no bad weather, just poor planning and equipment. You’ll also take away lots of practical ideas for some really fun nature play activities for kids of all ages – 0 to 99+!
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