Posts tagged inquiry-based learning
The Importance of Outdoor Play: Visiting NYC Parks with Camp Corlears

July is officially National Parks and Recreation Month, and each summer, we celebrate getting outdoors and exploring New York City’s beautiful parks through our Urban Explorers program at Camp Corlears. Not only is it fun for kids, but visiting these local parks is a great learning experience for campers. Find out why!

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Gardening with Toddlers: How Planting Seeds Helps Children Understand Nature and Nurturing

By gardening in the classroom, children learn about more than just how plants grow. They’re also having conversations about caring for our Earth and living things, working through emotions associated with change – and learning patience, too.

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Corlears Field Trips: Exploring the World Outside Our Classrooms

All of our field trips help Corlears students connect their learning in the classroom to the world around them, and promote inquiry-based learning, an essential piece of the Corlears curriculum. Learn how two recent trips in the kindergarten and 8/9s classrooms brought learning to life.

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