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31 Aug, 2013. 0 Comments. Early Education, K-12 Education, News. Posted By: lncigc

SCHOOL PROGRAM FINDER:  Free Resource for Teachers

LNCIgc’s new School Program Finder is a one-stop shop for anyone looking for school and after-school nature-based or environmental education outreach programs, field trips and camps. The School Program Finder lists dozens of local programs and allows you to search by topic, grade level, cost and more. We encourage you to conduct your school and after-school programs outside whenever possible! If you’d like help “greening” your school grounds or connecting with nearby nature for outdoor education, please contact us – we would love to help.


You Can Get Your Students Outside – and Still Meet Your State Standards: Michelle Aldenderfer-Griffen gives easy-to-do, low- or no-cost tips that anyone can do in her practical blog.
10 Ways You Can Add Vitamin N to Your Classroom and Beyond: Richard Louv, author of Last Child in the Woods: Saving Our Children from Nature-Deficit Disorder and The Nature Principle, suggests ways in which teachers can help connect their students with nature. One of his suggestions is training for teachers who may feel inadequately trained to give students an outdoor experience. We can coordinate teacher training for schools in the Greater Cincinnati area. Please contact us for more information.
Where Nature Meets Story has a reading list for children of all ages with coordinating, outdoor activities.

Granny's Garden School - Loveland, Ohio

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