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Taking It Back Sewing and gardening have been, for centuries, often seen as women's work,

Wonder Wednesday 116: Craftivism, Nature, and Equal Rights

Happy Women's History Month!March is women's history month, so what better way to celebrate than

Nature’s Way

Living and Dying in HarmonyThe past couple weeks/months have been tests and lessons in my

Moss Glitters in Reply

"Buildings, too, are children of Earth and Sun."Recently, a 9 year old and 14 year

From Fallingwater to Florida: Nature Inspiration by Frank Lloyd Wright

Mushrooms & Fungi GaloreEarlier in the summer I was chatting with my 9 year old

Fungi and Foxfire

 The newest Wings, Worms, and Wonder bookDraw Yourself Back to Nature: Creativity, connection and art-making

Draw Yourself Back to Nature – the Book!

Out of sight, out of mind. It’s such a common phrase. It’s so easy to

Making the Invisible Visible

  Feedback?! Don’t cover your ears. I promise this type of feedback loop won’t cause

Feedback Loops in Life and Nature

  It’s the first Wonder Wednesday of 2021! We’ve got a whole new year of

Wonder Wednesday 102: I Believe in Montessori Phenology Wheel

  I want to say congratulations and thank you to all the people working so hard

An Avian Antidote

  I’ve never been great at the popular 100 day social media challenges however hard

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  A highly focused distraction may seem like an oxymoron, but right now the benefits

Focused Distraction: A Life On Our Planet

  It’s Montessori Education Week! So to celebrate, this Wonder Wednesday activity is adapted from

Wonder Wednesday 90: Early Childhood Nature Journling

  “We are experiencing sublime conditions of horror, you know?” ~Erica Moiah James, an assistant

Beyond Hurricane Dorian: Sublime Connections