Connect with Nature

Filename: connect-with-nature.pdf
ISBN: 1741175143
Release Date: 2016-10-04
Number of pages: 248
Author: Anna Carlile
Publisher: Hardie Grant

Download and read online Connect with Nature in PDF and EPUB Switch off from today's busy digital lifestyle with projects to help you stop and appreciate the world around you Slow down. Simplify. Let go. Connect with Nature does just this. Each turn of the page through spring, summer, fall, and winter will lead to a new discovery and a new project to help you weave nature and creativity – and some wild fun – through your everyday life. Make teas from foraged herbs, go on a picnic, weave a wreath of wildflowers or turn sticks, stones, and feathers into wall hangings, dreamcatchers, and necklaces. Rediscover a childlike joy of nature through more than 75 creating, cooking, making, and doing projects. Connect with Nature is the ideal way to put down your devices and spend time with your friends, your family, and, of course, yourself. It will entice you to step outdoors, breathe the fresh air, and settle into a slower pace of life, a life where the satisfaction of making things by hand means you connect with your natural environment every day.

Crafting with Nature

Filename: crafting-with-nature.pdf
ISBN: 9781624142055
Release Date: 2016-03-22
Number of pages: 208
Author: Amy Renea
Publisher: Page Street Publishing

Download and read online Crafting with Nature in PDF and EPUB An Inspiring Collection of Handmade Crafts Using Materials from Nature Fuse your love for crafting and the outdoors with this incredible compilation of DIY crafts, recipes and gifts made with natural materials you can grow or gather yourself. Gardening and crafting expert Amy Renea takes you on a journey to collect plant materials from the woods, the backyard, the garden and even the pantry, then craft those items into something special yet easy to do. She provides detailed tutorials and recipes for things like making solid perfume, crafting wooden buttons to accent a hat, preparing natural dye for easy paper flowers, canning your own fruit jam, handcrafting wreaths, using seed pods to create beautifully rustic earrings and even making your own coconut oil for lotions or sea salt for hand scrubs! And throughout the book, you’ll learn new crafting techniques like wood burning, imprinting leaves onto clay and how to infuse oil with herbs for culinary and cosmetic delights. Each chapter starts with a common plant and a beginner-friendly guide to growing or gathering it, then dives into ideas for what you can make with it. With this book packed full of tutorials, ideas and Amy’s lovely photography, you’ll be inspired to craft with nature all year long.

Nature Sparks

Filename: nature-sparks.pdf
ISBN: 9781605541860
Release Date: 2011-10-11
Number of pages: 208
Author: Aerial Cross
Publisher: Redleaf Press

Download and read online Nature Sparks in PDF and EPUB Nature has monumental power on children’s growth and development. Recent studies show that as children spend less time in nature, they miss out on the profound benefits that outdoor play and learning experiences provide. Nature Sparks is filled with inspiration and instruction to help educators and caregivers of children ages three to eight reclaim and strengthen connections to the outdoors. This resource supplies ideas to create a nature-oriented classroom and curriculum, incorporates Howard Gardner’s theory of multiple intelligences to encourage children’s individual talents as they experience the natural world, and includes more than fifty sensory-integrated activities, crafts, and instructional strategies.

365 Nature

Filename: 365-nature.pdf
ISBN: 1741174643
Release Date: 2015-11-01
Number of pages: 248
Author: Anna Carlile

Download and read online 365 Nature in PDF and EPUB Whether you live in a flat or a mansion, have a small patch of urban greenery or an expansive back garden, '365 Nature' is committed to ensuring you are able to connect to the great outdoors. It reveals the ways we can weave creativity, the environment and 'wild' fun into our everyday lives through 52 inspiring projects and activities one for every week of the year from sprouting your own seeds and building a birdhouse, to fashioning a dreamcatcher or making your own herbal teas.

The Creative Family

Filename: the-creative-family.pdf
ISBN: 9781590304716
Release Date: 2008
Number of pages: 212
Author: Amanda Blake Soule
Publisher: Shambhala Publications

Download and read online The Creative Family in PDF and EPUB Between work and school, music lessons, and sports practice, there is less and less time to connect as a family. Those few moments together are often spent making meals, doing homework, or watching TV. In this inspiring book, Amanda Soule, a young mother of three, presents simple ways to use arts and crafts and other forms of creativity to deepen family connections. For parents of all backgrounds, The Creative Family offers unique creative activities for the whole family. The range of projects includes: imaginative play such as dress-up, home theater, and parlor games; arts and crafts such as family drawing time and knitting with children; nature explorations such as creating garden journals and using natural toys; and family celebrations that include making music and displaying children's art. These fun and engaging alternatives to television, video games, and the computer are meant to captivate children's imaginations, celebrate their achievements, and express love and gratitude as a family.

Last Child in the Woods

Filename: last-child-in-the-woods.pdf
ISBN: 9781848877498
Release Date: 2013-07-04
Number of pages: 300
Author: Richard Louv
Publisher: Atlantic Books Ltd

Download and read online Last Child in the Woods in PDF and EPUB This huge international bestseller, fully revised for non-American readers, is now in ebook. Last Child in the Woods shows how our children have become increasingly alienated and distant from nature, why this matters, and what we can do to make a difference. It is unsentimental, rigorous and utterly original. 'A cri de coeur for our children' Guardian Camping in the garden, riding bikes through the woods, climbing trees, collecting bugs, picking wildflowers, running through piles of autumn leaves... These are the things childhood memories are made of. But for a whole generation of today's children the pleasures of a free-range childhood are missing, and their indoor habits contribute to epidemic obesity, attention-deficit disorder, isolation and childhood depression. This timely book shows how our children have become increasingly alienated and distanced from nature, why this matters and how we can make a difference. Last Child in the Woods is a clarion call, brilliantly written, compelling and irresistibly persuasive - a book that will change minds and lives.

Grown Gathered

Filename: grown-gathered.pdf
ISBN: 9781925483833
Release Date: 2016-09-27
Number of pages: 352
Author: Lentil Purbrick
Publisher: Plum

Download and read online Grown Gathered in PDF and EPUB In Grown & Gathered, Matt and Lentil Pubrick's first book, they tell you all that they know about growing, gathering, nurturing and cooking your own food. The first part of the book is Matt and Lentil's guide to producing your own food. The information, advice and projects can be used whether you have a 3-acre block or a courtyard with planter boxes. The Grow chapter shows you how to grow vegetables and fruit in whatever space you have, using the most earth-friendly practices; Gather explains how to forage for things like mushrooms, native greens and wild fruits; Nurture provides guidance on raising your own animals, from chickens and bees to cows. The second part of the book features over 100 delicious, nourishing and creative wholefood recipes. There's a host of staples, everything from how to prepare and sprout grains in a traditional way, to making and maintain a sourdough culture, and techniques and recipes for preserving and pickling. Other super tasty dishes include greens and kimchi pancakes; sweet and spicy turnips; fig, bacon and zucchini pizzas; duck ramen; and carrot crepes with burnt oranges and labne. This is a specially formatted fixed-layout ebook that retains the look and feel of the print book.

Short time camps

Filename: short-time-camps.pdf
ISBN: UIUC:30112019311411
Release Date: 1939
Number of pages: 90
Author: Ella Gardner

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Family Income and Expenditures

Filename: family-income-and-expenditures.pdf
ISBN: STANFORD:36105019613038
Release Date: 1939
Number of pages: 330
Author: Gertrude S. Weiss

Download and read online Family Income and Expenditures in PDF and EPUB The study of consumer purchases, planned in the latter part of 1935 and inaugurated early in 1936, was undertaken to provide data more comprehensive than any available before on the way American families earn and spend their incomes.

Glencoe Mathematics

Filename: glencoe-mathematics.pdf
ISBN: 0028330552
Release Date: 1999
Number of pages: 731

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The Playground

Filename: the-playground.pdf
ISBN: UOM:39015035852402
Release Date: 1922
Number of pages:

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Filename: recreation.pdf
ISBN: CORNELL:31924076355753
Release Date: 1938
Number of pages:

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Citizen Science

Filename: citizen-science.pdf
ISBN: 9780801464423
Release Date: 2012-03-27
Number of pages: 300
Author: Janis L. Dickinson
Publisher: Cornell University Press

Download and read online Citizen Science in PDF and EPUB Citizen science enlists members of the public to make and record useful observations, such as counting birds in their backyards, watching for the first budding leaf in spring, or measuring local snowfall. The large numbers of volunteers who participate in projects such as Project FeederWatch or Project BudBurst collect valuable research data, which, when pooled together, create an enormous body of scientific data on a vast geographic scale. In return, such projects aim to increase participants' connections to science, place, and nature, while supporting science literacy and environmental stewardship. In Citizen Science, experts from a variety of disciplines-including scientists and education specialists working at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology, where many large citizen science programs use birds as proxies for biodiversity-share their experiences of creating and implementing successful citizen science projects, primarily those that use massive data sets gathered by citizen scientists to better understand the impact of environmental change. This first and foundational book for this developing field of inquiry addresses basic aspects of how to conduct citizen science projects, including goal-setting, program design, and evaluation, as well as the nuances of creating a robust digital infrastructure and recruiting a large participant base through communications and marketing. An overview of the types of research approaches and techniques demonstrates how to make use of large data sets arising from citizen science projects. A final section focuses on citizen science's impacts and its broad connections to understanding the human dimensions and educational aspects of participation. Citizen Science teaches teams of program developers and researchers how to cross the bridge from success at public engagement to using citizen science data to understand patterns and trends or to test hypotheses about how ecological processes respond to change at large geographic scales. Intended as a resource for a broad audience of experts and practitioners in natural sciences, information science, and social sciences, this book can be used to better understand how to improve existing programs, develop new ones, and make better use of the data resources that have accumulated from citizen science efforts. Its focus on harnessing the impact of "crowdsourcing" for scientific and educational endeavors is applicable to a wide range of fields, especially those that touch on the importance of massive collaboration aimed at understanding and conserving what we can of the natural world.

Childhood and Nature

Filename: childhood-and-nature.pdf
ISBN: 9781571107411
Release Date: 2008
Number of pages: 168
Author: David Sobel
Publisher: Stenhouse Publishers

Download and read online Childhood and Nature in PDF and EPUB Presents a collection of essays combining anecdotal and theoretical insights into environmental ethics and human ecology to help foster environmentally responsible students.

Primary Education

Filename: primary-education.pdf
ISBN: STANFORD:36105007906113
Release Date: 1921
Number of pages:

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