- Children & Nature Network
- The Movement to Restore Children's Play from the New York Time
- Old-Fashioned Play Builds Serious Skills by Alix Spiegel on NPR
Indigenous Education Resources
Tips for Teaching about Native Peoples: An article from the Burke Museum on how to use respectful strategies for teaching about the indigenous tribes.
Since Time Immemorial: Found on the OSPI website. In 2015, the Legislature passed Senate Bill 5433 modifying the original 2005 legislation, now requiring the Since Time Immemorial: Tribal Sovereignty in Washington State or other tribally-developed curriculum be taught in all schools. The use of the Since Time Immemorial curriculum has been endorsed by all 29 federally recognized tribes. The lessons are broken down into different age groups making it easy to find appropriate lessons for your child's age.
How to honor native land: A video of acknowledging the native land and the four directions. It's so important to give thanks to the land and to the original habitants and stewards of the land.
Wow in the World
Chavitos Nature Program