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An Ongoing Journey
January 25, 2019
Your mind is a garden. Your thoughts are the seeds. You can grow flowers or you can grow weeds.
-Ritu Ghatourey
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"Bringing nature into your classroom isn’t about reaching an ultimate and final destination," write Sandra Duncan and Jody Martin in their bestselling book, Bringing the Outside In. "It isn’t about following rules, copying ideas, or being exact and finite. It isn’t about finishing tomorrow, the next month, or even in a school year.

It is about discovering simple ways you can bring nature inside – viewing the world from a new lens of always being on the lookout for natural elements you can gather from your local community – surrounding the classroom with beautiful natural elements – rediscovering yourself and all the children in your classroom.

It truly is a worthwhile journey."





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