Using an active mentorship model, Bienenstock Natural Playgrounds and Ever Active Schools took teachers and students at École James S. McCormick School in Lacombe, Alta. outside to engage in outdoor play based learning. Students from grades Pre-K to 3 had the opportunity to create and plant a school garden. Photos Submitted by Ever Active Schools

PHOTOS: Ever Active Schools takes Lacombe students outside

École James S. McCormick School welcomes outdoors learning opportunity

By News Staff Lacombe Express

École James S. McCormick School welcomes outdoors learning opportunity

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