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      “Going Green” involves a nature-centered curriculum, with an inviting environment both inside nature awareness. We implement hands-on environmental instruction, through discovery and exploration of the five senses in nature.

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      Why focus on a Green curriculum?

      Going Green is good for the earth and it builds positive environmental awareness in young learners.

      Green curriculum is good for childrens’ intellects, socio-emotional and physical development. Students become
      aware of cycles and processes of life through activities and discussions that reflect the changing seasons.
      The natural environment provides expansive examples of sensory differences and helps them discriminate and
      become aware, opening up their worlds to different details that includes all five senses.  A green curriculum
      seeks to provide balance to the stressors of a very busy modern world by building a comfort with self.
      Connections to the natural world can give the sense of feeling centered and calm, improving concentration,
      promote the ability to make connections more meaningful, spark the imagination, and help with
      problem-solving skills.

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      Our school also houses “The Giving Tree” where we offer families opportunities to become a part of our education. Families are welcomed to donate various recyclable items that then play a part in our learning activities. We’ve used lots of used materials to create new and improved projects. This is a great way to demonstrate a reduction of waste we produce, and allows the children to have a leading role in taking care of our environment!

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