Lockdown. The word and the subject which makes us all feel something different. Being locked in or up or down is unnatural. And that is exactly what this is – UN Natural – against Nature. Yes indeed, children are growing up in a very strange era. It is a very strange timeline in which to… Continue reading Lockdown: How do YOU Feel About it?
What is it and Why do we need it? Environmental education (EE) is just what the phrase says it is: education about (and for) the environment. Earth Kids are taking action in nature, for environment. Outdoor education is the best way to learn! Environmental education practitioners focus on how educational activities can address the current… Continue reading Environmental Education
Pow wow. Earth Kids have their say during a gardening session. We call it a pow wow session. They air their views about how they would like their day to play out. Teachers listen and apply, adding boundaries and prior knowledge. We all share knowledge and learn from one another. Empathy not Sympathy Empathy is… Continue reading Pow Wow
Earth Kids are making the most of their extended Covid 19 Holidays under Lockdown. Let us see what they are doing… Amber has started a trench garden! Kaely and Leeya are doing great online work. What are the others doing? Baking! Creating! Being happily bored! These are the keys to all the uncertainty and all… Continue reading Extended Covid 19 Holidays
Lockdown in South Africa is long. A long 21 days. But we can still come together and make the most of it. A time to think about Life: our lives, life on earth, the lives of all the people in the planet and the loss of life due to the Coronavirus, alias Covid 19. We… Continue reading LockDown is Long – Tips for Kids Activities
Do Kids get Coronavirus? How are Kids affected by Covid 19? It is very possible that the destructive actions of people on nature are causing new diseases to emerge. Our obsession with eating and trading in wildlife has to stop! Earth Kids shares some links for you to read, just in case… Useful Western Cape… Continue reading Kids and Coronavirus