Worldmind Nature Immersion School offers a variety of researched-based activities allowing all participants to connect to the world around them in a meaningful way. These lessons and tools are structured to help children become active learners, encouraging social and academic development.
Daily Learning Activities
Stimulate your child’s curiosity about the natural world, while developing a sense of place and understanding their roll in that place through age-appropriate journaling.
Mindfulness is the practice of nurturing a focused awareness on the present. This is a growing practice that has been shown to help reduce stress, improve sleep quality, and heighten focus.
Through free exploration and observation, children understand cause-and-effect relationships. Living things have characteristics, basic needs and they develop in predictable patterns such as movements of objects in the sky, and weather and seasonal patterns.
Children experience the environment around them in new and exciting ways, encouraging mapping, navigation skills and much more.
Practical mathematics become relevant through adding, subtracting, and sorting objects that have been collected in nature, measuring rain and snowfall, and finding shapes in nature.
Teach your child to use their senses to observe what is going on around them while encouraging them to record observations, thoughts, and feelings.
Kindness, respect, and empowerment are key values of yoga that can help children understand and care for the natural world while developing strength, flexibility, and coordination.
Encourage artistic expression through thoughtful drawing opportunities and nature-inspired craft project lessons.
Inspire imaginative play through the facilitation of games which encourage activity as well as independent and creative thinking.
Using various sounds found in nature your child will help create music throughout the day, which promotes attentiveness and focus.
Vocabulary is a key component of reading and writing development. Studies have shown that free play in nature can significantly enhance children’s vocabulary development.