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Coyote's Guide to Connecting with Nature By Jon Young Ellen Haas Evan McGown,

  • Title: Coyote's Guide to Connecting with Nature
  • Author: Jon Young Ellen Haas Evan McGown
  • ISBN: 9781579940256
  • Page: 474
  • Format: Paperback
  • Awareness Belonging Connection Speaking directly to these needs, Coyote s Guide sparks our natural gift of curiosity At eight or forty eight, when the power of mystery pulls us into nature, we follow Think of these personal rewards the excitement of discovery, real connection with animals and plants, and a sense of belonging through knowing our place on the planet WAwareness Belonging Connection Speaking directly to these needs, Coyote s Guide sparks our natural gift of curiosity At eight or forty eight, when the power of mystery pulls us into nature, we follow Think of these personal rewards the excitement of discovery, real connection with animals and plants, and a sense of belonging through knowing our place on the planet With this manual in one hand and someone we care about in the other, Coyote inspires us to follow curiosity s magic with respect for the whole natural world.
    Coyote s Guide to Connecting with Nature Awareness Belonging Connection Speaking directly to these needs Coyote s Guide sparks our natural gift of curiosity At eight or forty eight when the power of mystery pulls us into nature we follow

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    1. A great book that s essentially a must read for anyone working in outdoor education nature connection, especially for those who will be working primarily with kids.I m currently an apprentice at a school in the Tracker Wilderness Awareness School lineage Really only being a few years into my own personal journey of nature connection, it sometimes feels kind of strange to be helping mentoring kids along in theirs Sometimes I feel unqualified Reading through Coyote s Guide, however, was a pretty g [...]

    2. What I read of this book was really motivational and inspiring I love that we have a growing movement to keep kids connected with the world in which they live, and these writers provide wonderful insight to how we can facilitate that However, since I stopped working with children last year, I haven t found the motivation to continue reading This text contains valuable information as well as stories and ideas, and maybe one day I will pick it back up For now, I m keeping it on the shelf.

    3. I can t say enough about this book it is life changing It totally changed my outlook on how I teach outdoors I have a degree in elementary education with an emphasis in science and math education and have years of experience teaching both in schools and through a nature center This book should be a fundamental support and guide for all schools, naturalists and families Comprehensive, thorough, wise and beautifully written and organized The beginning of the book provides background information Th [...]

    4. I m seeping through the pages of this book, absorbing the wisdom and intention of experienced naturalists It s reading about work, but it doesn t feel like reading about work, because it s every bit as enriching to my own encounters with the natural world and way of looking at things as it is to my lesson plans and interactions with kids.

    5. Truly awesome book.How to help kids and adults alike discover their real power and humanity through Nature connection, fun exercises, and powerful Native American perspectives and wisdom.Highly recommended for all human beings.A complete anti dote to our failing educational system Seriously.

    6. This book has changed my life We use it every week for our homeschool nature group The principals are so empowering and really work It is the by far the best education book I have ever read.

    7. I love this book Pick it up all the time for new inspiration I ve used it with scouts to guide urban kids toward a connection with nature Used the games and wisdom to enliven a camping trip or paddle with moments of presence and meaning It truly has the vibe of the life s work of someone passionate about reconnecting adults and child to the wild Never unbearable or preachy or intimidating in its tone, but playful and coaxing It makes burying oneself in the wild of the world feel very possible an [...]

    8. I love the ideas in this book It s not one of those books you want to read cover to cover Each time I pick it up to read for a few minutes or get some ideas, I am inspired to take the kids outside and explore We have cultivated one lovely habit for which the book is worth at least looking at, perhaps not owning, which is the idea of a sit spot My children have their sit spots where they like to go to for calm and centering and I think this is an invaluable tool for me too

    9. This is meant to be a bible for people who want to introduce children to nature in a specific way and though I appreciate much of it the general tone and premise is too precious even though that is exactly what the writers intend I much prefer Rachel Carson s The Sense is Wonder which is far direct and less pretentious.I guess it would be a good compendium for anyone who is a complete stranger to nature writings, but I am not that audience.

    10. This book is meant to be encyclopedic in that you read bits and pieces rather than front to back It s been by my bed for months now and I m going to return it to my friend and buy my own copy for future inspirations.

    11. A modified version of one of the activities in this book rescued the second half of a 3.5 mile hike with our 5 year olds

    12. Amazing book on how to discover nature no matter what type of environment suburb, urban, rural you live in Must read for parents and parents to be.

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