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Want to Connect young learners, age 3-6, with the natural world?
Massachusetts Project Learning Tree will hold Environmental Experiences for Early Childhood – a Project Learning Tree® Workshop for PreK-K Educators on Saturday March 23rd from 10 am to 1:30 pm at the Notch Visitor Center in Amherst.
The workshop is a fun, hands-on workshop featuring the award-winning Project Learning Tree® (PLT) curriculum, facilitated by experienced early-childhood and environmental center educators.
The PLT curriculum include inquiry-based, teacher-led activities and child-directed experiences and incorporates science, social studies, math, language arts, art and music. They are adaptable to a variety of situations and follow typical preschool routines. Try out and discuss activities with peers in a collegial setting.
The workshop is suitable for teachers from early learning centers, public and private schools, non-formal educators, and anyone wanting to bring the environment into their work with young children. All are welcome and encouraged to attend.
Cost of the workshop is $16, including the curriculum guide jam-packed with exciting, ready-to-use activities, an accompanying musical CD, a Certificate of Completion, and handouts.
To register, please contact Gini Traub, workshop co-facilitator, at Gini.Traub@mass.gov or 617/699-2387 cell, by Saturday, March 16.
Project Learning Tree® is a program of the Sustainable Forestry Initiative and is sponsored in Massachusetts by the Department of Conservation and Recreation with support from the Massachusetts Forest Alliance.
For more information about Project Learning Tree® please visit https://www.plt.org