Education providers in the early years

A number of local Western Australian organisations offer nature-based classes and workshops for both children and teachers in the early years.  

For Students

Derbal Yerrigan Yarning

Year level: Pre-kindergarten,Kindergarten,Pre-primary
Curriculum links: Aboriginal Histories and Cultures,Early Years Learning Framework, English,Geography,History,Science,Sustainability
Provider: Kings Park Education

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Flora Explorer

Year level: Kindergarten,Pre-primary,1,2
Curriculum links: English, History, Science, Sustainability
Provider: Kings Park Education

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From Little Seeds Big Trees Grow

Year level: Kindergarten,Pre-primary,1,2
Curriculum links: English, Geography, Science, Sustainability
Provider: Kings Park Education

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Homes and Hideaways

Year level: Pre-primary,1,2
Curriculum links: English, Geography, Science, Sustainability
Provider: Kings Park Education

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Tawny and the Bushfire

Year level: Kindergarten,Pre-primary,1
Curriculum links: English, Geography, History, Science
Provider: Kings Park Education

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Moodjitch binar nyorps and yorgas 

Year level: Pre-primary,1,2,3
Curriculum links:Science, Priorities – A&TSI, Sustainability
Provider: Nearer to Nature
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Busy in the forest

Year level: Pre-primary,1
Curriculum links:Science , Priorities – Sustainability
Provider: Nearer to Nature
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For Teachers

The Nature of learning; Developing the whole child in natural environment
Botanic Gardens and Parks Authority

Discover the importance of allowing children to spend time outside exploring natural environments and how this benefits a child's development. Explore the benefits of allowing children to take risks and how 'risking on purpose' in natural environments can help children develop. This session provides lots of ideas for taking learning outside, integrating nature and curriculum outcomes and including natural elements in play and learning.

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