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You don't need to know anything about birds to enjoy watching them.
Children learned from a TV gardener about a vital stage in plant life and an environmentally useful practice when growing their own food. Annette Rawstrone hears all about it.
What you'll find at the Royal Horticultural Society website
Planning your Forest Schools programme for the short and long term requires thinking exemplified in these cases from Sarah Blackwell.
In the first of a new series on running a Forest School programme, Sarah Blackwell identifies priorities in locating and using the land.
What do children really get out of playing outdoors? An action research project into children's fascinations and explorations in nature, described by Annie Davy and Jennie Creese, found the evidence.
Follow young children on the trail of new sensory experiences and inspiring ideas to take back to nursery, with Katy Morton.
There's a bit more to gardening and growing than one early years class thought, says Tessa Fenoughty - and a lot more to enjoy, too.
Staff at Little Acorns Nursery in Urmston, Manchester, have transformed the outdoor provision for their under-twos. Nursery manager Paula Wilkinson explains how.
Practitioners caring for very young children are often unsure about whether to introduce babies to paint for sensory exploration.
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