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Natural Curiosity: French Translation!
Natural Curiosity is pleased to announce the release of the brand new French translation!

We would like to thank Chantal Larrivière, Karen Sidey, and Milly NG for allowing us to document and share their inquiry experience, and to Christel Durand, Renée Smith, and the Ministère de l'Èducation for their ongoing support on this project. 

To download your FREE ONLINE COPY, visit our website today.


A Classroom Tour

Kindergarten, Fraser Mustard Early Learning Academy

Here is a look into a Kindergarten inquiry-centered classroom environment at Fraser Mustard Early Learning Academy in Toronto, Ontario. Teachers and students are continuing to make thoughtful and intentional decisions of how their classroom is designed in order to promote inquiry. Thank you to Stephanie Hammond, Meagan Snyder, and their students for inviting Natural Curiosity into their learning environment.

New Workshop Dates

Due to the three recently sold out 2015 Institutes across Canada, Learning for a Sustainable Future and Natural Curiosity have added more opportunities for educators to engage in professional development and the inquiry process!

Stay tuned for more Spring and Summer dates.


Want to catch a glimpse of what educators are experiencing in a NC/LSF workshop? Follow us on Twitter, and view the hashtag #NCLSFWorkshop to see pictures and comments from our latest Professional Development in Kingston, Ontario.

Don't forget to APPLY TODAY for the 2015 Environmental Education Awards. Recommend fellow colleagues making a difference in Ontario elementary classrooms & follow #NCawards for updates on twitter.
Natural Curiosity: Building Children's Understanding of the World Through Environmental Inquiry
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