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Connecting with nature : a naturalist's perspective

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Stebbins, a naturalist, explains that humans are drifting away from our biological roots and threatening ourselves and other life on our planet. Teachers and parents can use this book as an ecological guide, which can offer prompt remedial action for future generations. Adults and children make emotional ties with whole organisms (plants and animals) through their interaction in nature. While experiencing ecology, natural history, botany and zoology respect and planetary stewardship are developed. Teaching children at an early age through activities, such as solo experiences in nature, observations, note taking, nature drawing, searching for meaning and developing an accuracy in observation and description are explained in detail. Nature bonding activities include increasing nature awareness, rediscovering the leaf, map making, creating a food web, creating a nature area, experiencing live animals in the classroom, imitating a great horned owl and photographing birds. Annotation c2012 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

Stebbins, a naturalist, explains that humans are drifting away from our biological roots and threatening ourselves and other life on our planet. Teachers and parents can use this book as an ecological guide, which can offer prompt remedial action for future generations. Adults and children make emotional ties with whole organisms (plants and animals) through their interaction in nature. While experiencing ecology, natural history, botany and zoology respect and planetary stewardship are developed. Teaching children at an early age through activities, such as solo experiences in nature, observations, note taking, nature drawing, searching for meaning and developing an accuracy in observation and description are explained in detail. Nature bonding activities include increasing nature awareness, rediscovering the leaf, map making, creating a food web, creating a nature area, experiencing live animals in the classroom, imitating a great horned owl and photographing birds. Annotation c2012 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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