Exploring the Natural World with Infants and Toddlers in an Urban Setting

  • November 4, 2016

Teachers and administrators face many challenges when they support young children’s experiences with the natural world. Parents and teachers may protest because, when children explore the earth, they get dirt on their clothes, in their hair, and in their mouths. As for the weather, adults may think it is too cold outside (or, depending on the climate, too hot, too windy, or too wet). In cities, there are added concerns about air quality, taking children off-site, traffic, and strangers. Exploring nature isn’t always easy, but it is always a great learning experience.

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