• Prior Lake-Savage Area Schools Nature Preschool Programs
  • Learning to Care: The Promise of Experiential Learning in Nature for Young Children
  • Put Your Program on the Map!
  • Program Considerations for Establishing a Nature Preschool

Bright Ideas

Help Make the Case for Nature-Based Early Childhood Education

The Council of Nature and Forest Preschools seeks volunteers interested in collecting research findings, testimonials, and policy examples that support nature-based learning in early childhood. Read More

Your STEM Questions Answered

Fiddleheads Forest School follows up with educators to answer questions about STEM teaching in the outdoors. Read More

New Grant Commits $1.75 Million to Support Outdoor Learning in Colorado

The Colorado Health Foundation has awarded the National Wildlife Federation and partners funds to support Early Childhood Health Outdoors, an initiative to bring naturalized outdoor spaces to early childhood education centers across Colorado. Read More

Feature Story

Learning to Care: The Promise of Experiential Learning in Nature for Young Children

Nature experiences can play a central role in children's moral development. But we need to start by modeling caring practices and sharing our own sense of wonder and responsibility for the natural world. Read More

Member Spotlight

The Karen Slattery Educational Research Center for Child Development is a lab school for children from birth to 5 years of age, located at Florida Atlantic University. Environmental education is integrated throughout the curriculum with all age groups—infants to preschoolers. Read More