June 13, 2013

Webinar: Is your school ready for recess?

This is part one of a two-part Web Forum series designed to promote more physically active recess in schools. Click here for part 2. Part one […]
December 5, 2012

Amazing! See terrible and wonderful play spaces for children. If you don’t have much time, skip to the tab called “Places of Woe and Places of Possibility.” PLACES for PLAY PLAYLINK and the Free […]
October 11, 2012

News from National C&NN Teachers Network led by Ohioan Herb Broda

Children & Nature Network News & Commentary News & Resources  Quarterly Updates from the Natural Teachers Network Share and learn from other “Natural Teachers” by joining […]
June 6, 2012

Weeklong workshop in the woods for early ed (Ohio)

Last summer I attended Language of Nature: Reading the Earth workshop, and loved it.  Educators, naturalist and writers came together to learn more about nature and […]
May 24, 2012

GreenSpot Kids program available to Central Ohio schools

Mayor Michael B. Coleman recently visited first grade students at Devonshire Elementary School to release the book, GreenSpot and the Dots.  The Mayor read the story […]
March 27, 2012

“Classroom that Moves” and other teacher workshops

BHSA is hosting several workshops this spring (see below) and registration is now open for our annual coordinated school health conference. I encourage you to join […]
February 18, 2012

Important: Free, effective way to promote your April events!

All, We are excited to tell you about a concrete (free!) way to receive more publicity, support and attendance for your April 2012 nature-related events and […]
February 14, 2012

Natural Playscapes in Central Ohio

Amy Dutt and Jamy Zambito speak about the installation by Amy Dutt’s Urban Wild Limited at Mary Evans Child Development Center, where Jamy is the director.
January 9, 2012

Health Education Standards in Ohio – Information for supporters

(LNCI members – you may or may not know that Ohio does not have any health or physical education standards for our students in this state. […]