What is The Pathway Project and how do I register? These videos will help you on your way.
THE PATHWAY PROJECT VIDEO SERIES
Pathway Co-ordinator, Cathy Dueck, explains how easy it is for educators to incorporate the Ontario education curriculum while participating in the Pathway Project. We have so many ideas to get your students outdoors, connecting with their world and learning to care for it. Become an Ambassador School or Centre and you’ll receive special support from our Pathway educators and funding towards group activities.
START DISCOVERING LANDMARKS WITH US
LANDMARK 1 (ages 0-3)
Join Registered Early Childhood Educator, Kerri Riel, and find ways to start Landmark 1 – explore outdoors together once a week.
LANDMARK 2 (ages 0-3)
Explore Camp Kawartha’s Environment Centre with manager, Craig Brant, as he uncovers animals friends for Landmark 2.
LANDMARK 3 (ages 0-3)
Fleming College Educator, Mary Lou Lummiss, takes us on an exploration of her garden for Landmark 3 – exercise the senses everyday.
LANDMARK 4 (ages 4-5)
Kristin Muskratt, TRACKS Oshkwazin Co-ordinator, discusses the importance developing a relationship with a favourite outdoor place as part of Landmark 4.
LANDMARK 5 (ages 4-5)
Pathway Co-ordinator, Cathy Dueck, takes us to her backyard to explore Landmark 5 – help to plant or harvest a garden and/or look after an animal. How many animals can you spot in this video?
LANDMARK 6 (ages 4-5)
Early Childhood Educator, Kerri Riel, is back to help with more great ideas to start Landmark 6 – play in nature for a full hour at least twice a week.
LANDMARK 7 (ages 4-5)
A collection of videos exploring the many elements of Landmark 7 – share a nature-based book, song, nature poem or game each week. Children’s Service Librarian, Kate Jarrett, showcases some wonderful rhyming games, songs and books to help you start this Landmark. Don’t forget to gather round for her reading of Plant the Tiny Seed.
LANDMARK 8 (ages 4-5)
Meet Rowan Tree Early Childhood Educator, Jessica Lindeman, as she showcases four amazing nature crafts including nature clay tiles, nature leaf kites, magic herb pouches and corn husk dolls as part of Landmark 8 – create at least one nature art project every week.
LANDMARK 9 (ages 6-7)
Finding a special place in nature helps deepen relationships and develops a sense of place. Join Executive Director, Jacob Rodenburg, as he explores Landmark 9 on the grounds of Camp Kawartha. He shares some interactive games to help you discover what’s special about your outdoor place and how you can watch it change over time.
LANDMARK 10 (ages 6-7)
Landmark 10 helps reinforce and expand a developing sense of empathy. Join Jillian Bishop, Community Food Cultivator for the Nourish Project, as she gives a tour of her greenhouse and provides amazing tips on how you can start to plant, tend and harvest a small garden in any season. What will you plant first?