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Local Birds of Your Area The most accessible birds to study are those in your area. At first you may think there are no interesting birds in your area, just the most common ones. But as you start to look and notice what’s around you, you may be pleasantly surprised. Often the most common birds […]
This months field guide is all about birds and what a fascinating time I’ve had studying these interesting and varied creatures. Wherever you live in the world you’ll have your own local birds that bring you joy and delight. I’ve designed the materials so that you can bring your own personal bird stories and interests […]
I’m delighted to release October’s Field Guide to Mushrooms and Fungi. This should be a fun pack full of all sorts of fungi related materials. Let me show you what’s inside! A Letter & Guide to Using the Materials I think the guide is what makes each months field guide special. I don’t just give […]
This is your official invitation to become a member of The Little Oak Learning Club! That’s right, I would love for you to become a member of The Little Oak Learning Club. Each month I’ll be sharing with you a pack of beautiful, nature themed, learning materials and tools for you to print and share […]
Children are able to create their own work, their own play, when given the kind of environment they can thrive in. Just like us adults, the spaces we spend our time can impact us and make us feel positive and ready to do our work, or the can impact us negatively making us feel overwhelmed, […]
Rituals are repeated acts. We repeat them to help us behave in a way we want, without even having to think about it. Rituals in the family home are especially beneficial in supporting children to understand what is happening and what is happening next. Here I’m sharing some of my favourite rituals for encouraging rhythm.
When we are trying to become more aware of rhythm, we want to understand it in a way that supports and guides us, rather than restrains or restricts us. We can think of rhythm as the flow of day and night, the weeks, the months (or moon cycles), the seasons and the year. I’ll share […]