Let’s remember to make every single day Earth day. We live in relationship with the earth and her rhythms. What are some things we can do with our children to nurture our relationship to Mother Earth and her rhythms as well as to care for her?
1. Approach life with awe and wonder. Stop [...]Continue Reading →
“There is a garden in every childhood, an enchanted place where colors are brighter, the air softer, and the morning more fragrant than ever again.”- Elizabeth Lawrence
The young child is still in a consciousness of at-one-with-the natural world. The child of first, second and third grade as well as kindergarteners and nursery children [...]Continue Reading →
Here’s a peek at Nature Tables from all around. Send us a photo of yours and we’ll post it here with a link back to your site.
This is from Marianne Frost’s Ruby Morning Playgarden:
Mrs. Thaw close up:
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I am a chicken farmer. Well, I’m a writer who owns a chicken ranch. Or, to tell the truth, really my family keeps a few hens in our suburban backyard in California. Oh, and as of February 17, we now have ten growing chicks in our house, too. So, although we didn’t set out to [...]Continue Reading →
Every home has a hearth, that place where sparks are lit and warmth is kindled. Traditionally the hearth was a phyiscal site, always tended, made of stone and brick to provide the heat to cook food and warm people. The hearth provided a comfortable gathering place. Today we carry the hearth [...]Continue Reading →
Do it Yourself Storytelling for the Modern Parent
We all need stories. We seek them everywhere and all the time. From conversations about our day to surfing the net, we find ourselves attracted to the stories that bring the deepest connection and understanding to our life. Stories are fundamental to our personal and [...]Continue Reading →