EARTH SEASONED: #GapYear is the inspiring story of five young urban women who spend a gap year between high school and college living semi-primitively in a remote mountainside wilderness in Oregon.
This award-winning documentary takes the viewer on an inspiring education journey to the Nordic North in a cinematic portrait of childhood, education, and play.
Blending seriousness and whimsy, filmmaker Ian Cheney explores the promise and perils of urban farming.
CULTIVATING KIDS features a school farm on South Whidbey Island, WA, and shows that a garden can be a valuable addition to the curriculum while encouraging a healthy diet.
From "Baby Bumblebee" to "The Ants Go Marching," children will sing and learn about the insects they encounter in their own backyards. The enclosed CD features 21 fun songs-old favorites and originals-and the book offers more than 250 activities that help children appreciate the wonderful world of bugs.
Billy B., the natural science song and dance man, helps preschoolers become more aware of the world around them with self-help and nature songs. New experiences like answering the telephone and washing one’s hands are made easier when Billy B. explains the benefits of common courtesy and cleanliness. (ages 2-8)
This a documentary explores British Columbia's Environmental School, a public school where learning happens outdoors. The film investigates learning styles, ecological involvement, class structure, and the impact of outdoor learning on children.
A documentary about the benefits of forest kindergartens.
A DVD that describes and vividly depicts the value of outdoor learning.
Learning With Nature DVD is a joyful celebration of ways to use outdoor classrooms as an integral part of children's daily learning. See how well-designed outdoor spaces facilitate children's overall development socially, emotionally, physically and intellectually. Gain insight into ways to help children make deeper connections with the natural world. 23 minutes.