Familiar Paths


Often we hear people say how they want to go to new places to make new discoveries. While that is true, let us always remember the power familiar places hold. We can look at an area 100 times and always see the same thing. However, if we look closer or from another perspective, use all 5 different senses, add new materials, take something away, the area is suddenly different. It’s suddenly new. It is up to us to guide children to be observers of what has gone unnoticed and journey along side them as they make new discoveries amid the familiar.


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