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The Virginia Department of Forestry (VDOF) website is full of information for learners of all ages. This page links to VDOF information for kids, students, adults, and teachers.

The Virginia Department of Forestry (VDOF) website is full of information for learners of all ages. This page links to VDOF information for kids, students, adults, and teachers.

When surveyed, 82 percent of kids said they want their parents deeply involved in their lives. We know a great place for connecting. https://www.facebook.com/discovertheforest/photos/a.243009197093.141883.115883522093/10153998741212094/?type=3

When surveyed, 82 percent of kids said they want their parents deeply involved in their lives. We know a great place for connecting. https://www.facebook.com/discovertheforest/photos/a.243009197093.141883.115883522093/10153998741212094/?type=3

A guest blog post by Brandi at A Peach for the Teach: Behavior Support & Multi-Age Teachers and parents of students with challenging behaviors encounter obstacles when designing environments that are nurturing yet productive. This “behavior box of blog posts” highlights some tips for promoting success with our children who have emotional and behavioral needs. …

Brandi's Behavior Box of Blog Posts

A guest blog post by Brandi at A Peach for the Teach: Behavior Support & Multi-Age Teachers and parents of students with challenging behaviors encounter obstacles when designing environments that are nurturing yet productive. This “behavior box of blog posts” highlights some tips for promoting success with our children who have emotional and behavioral needs. …

"It's a good thing to learn more about nature in order to share this knowledge with children; it's even better if the adult and child learn about nature together. And it's a lot more fun.” – Richard Louv, Last Child in the Woods

"It's a good thing to learn more about nature in order to share this knowledge with children; it's even better if the adult and child learn about nature together. And it's a lot more fun.” – Richard Louv, Last Child in the Woods

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