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The Outdoor Classroom

The Outdoor Classroom
  • Author: Hilary Harriman
  • Publisher:
  • ISBN: 1905434073
  • Page: 67
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Providing creative ideas and detailed practical advice, this is both a source of information and a resource list for using the outdoor environment to develop learning across the curriculum.

"This book is a wonderful source of inspiration for using the outdoor environment to develop learning across the whole curriculum. It provides: creative ideas and starting points for outdoor learning; brilliant colour photographs; detailed practical advice on how to initiate, create, develop and use outdoor learning opportunities; excellent resource lists; links with indoor play."--Publisher's website.


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