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Celebrate Nature

Author : Angela Schmidt Fishbaugh
ISBN : 9781605541877
Genre : Education
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Make nature an integral part of the classroom! With rising childhood obesity rates and children’s heavy use of electronics, the need for quality time in nature is greater than ever. Put away gadgets, turn off screens, and discover all that the natural world has to offer. Celebrate Nature! is filled with hands-on activities to revive children’s connections with nature. Each seasonal section—autumn, winter, spring, and summer—introduces seven themes with countless ways to integrate nature into the classroom. Chapters encourage reflection of your own memories of the seasons and provide activities that address science and discovery, math, blocks and building, language arts, reading, writing, dramatic play, art, and music. Also included are sample letters and suggested at-home activities to support family participation in this important learning. Angela Schmidt Fishbaugh is a pre-kindergarten teacher and certified K–12 art teacher. She leads workshops and seminars focused on the topics of balance, wellness, and educating today's youth.
Category: Education

I Celebrate Nature

Author : Diane Iverson
ISBN : 1883220009
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Young children explore nature in idyllic settings in this colorful picture book with a rhyming narrative.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Celebrate Your Divinity

Author : Orest Bedrij
ISBN : 9781450045445
Genre : Science
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Visit the author's website at www.celebrateyourdivinity.com This is a visionary work of monumental proportions; a masterpiece of man’s highest thoughts and insights. — Prof. Peter Kotzer, President Washington Natural Philosophy Institute Orest Bedrij’s book is a mind-stretching, spirit-elevating adventure. His revelation of Oneness is simple and profound. — Dr. Marilyn Wilhelm, Educator Founder/Director Wilhelm Scholê International By integrating spiritual validations with scientific evidence placing one upon the other in verification after verification Orest Bedrij arrives at an amalgam of the one single fundamental concept: ‘1’... “a holy vision of you,” “the nature of God,” and “the theory of everything.” — Dr. Tibor Horvath, SJ, Professor Emeritus, University of Toronto, Founder/General Editor: Ultimate Reality and Meaning This book is a passionate and timely invitation to discover the God within each of us and the Oneness of all Creation... a glimpse into (the) unifying dimension of the Eternal One. — Barbara Benjamin, Director Intuitive Discovery, Inc. Orest Bedrij is the rare thinker who sees the unity and connections between different fields of human knowledge... his vision is thrilling and comprehensive, and provides an element—hope—that is utterly vital for our time. — Dr. Larry Dossey, MD, Author, Space, Time and Medicine; Reinventing Medicine; Beyond Illness; Recovering the Soul Here is your breakthrough to God—your joyous transformation from believing in God to knowing your divine ONENESS Cover Design by Andrew Patapis
Category: Science

Cosmo Doogood S Urban Almanac

Author : Eric Utne
ISBN : 0976198908
Genre : Almanacs, American
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Pilgrimages to wild places like Death Valley help us connect to nature, t o be sure. But what would it take for us to reestablish that connection, right where we live, day-to-day, in the city. Eric Utne, introduction to Cosmo Doogood's Urban Almanac Ben Franklin would be proud. In the spirit of his Poor Richard's Almanac, Eric Utne, founder of Utne Magazine, presents Cosmo Doogood's URBAN ALMANAC: Celebrating Nature & Her Rhythms in the City. It's an inspirational way for 21st century urbanites who now numbe r over half the U.S. population to connect with nature, live more fully, and celebrate each day of the year.
Category: Almanacs, American

The Vegetable

Author : Caroline Griffiths
ISBN : 9781925418538
Genre : Cooking (Vegetables)
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The Vegetable is an essential collection of 130 plant-based recipes featuring fresh flavors and exciting combinations that will delight anyone looking to eat more vegetables. With stunning full-color photography throughout, the book is broken down by style of vegetable--roots, brassicas, seeds and pods, bulbs, fruits, and leafy greens--so you can always find the perfect recipe for your beautiful produce. With recipes for dishes large and small as well as sauces and pickles, The Vegetable is the perfect companion for simple dinners and feasts with friends alike.
Category: Cooking (Vegetables)

Finding God In The Singing River

Author : Mark I. Wallace
ISBN : 145141384X
Genre : Religion
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We live in an age of vast and rapid destruction of habitats and species. Yet Christianity holds great potential for healing this situation. Indeed, the Bible and Christian tradition are a treasure trove of rich images and stories about God as an "earthen" being who sustains the natural world with compassion and thereby models for humankind environmentally healthy ways of being.Mark Wallace's stimulating book retrieves a central but often neglected biblical theme - the idea of God as carnal Spirit who indwells all things - as the basis for constructing a "green spirituality" responsive to the environmental needs of our time.In the biblical tradition, he writes, God as Spirit is an ecological presence that shows itself to us daily by living in and through the earth. One message of Christianity, therefore, is celebration of the bodily, material world - ancient redwoods, vernal springs, broad-winged hawks, everyday pigweed - as the place that God indwells and cares for in order to maintain the well-being of our common planetary home.Alongside his green reading of the Bible and tradition, Wallace employs the resources of deep ecology, Neopagan spirituality, and the environmental justice movement to rethink Christianity as an earth-based, body-loving religion. He also analyzes color images reproduced in the book. Wallace's bold yet careful work reawakens our sense of the sacrality of the earth and the life that the trinitarian God creates there. It also grounds the impulses of New Age spirituality in a profoundly biblical notion of God's being and activity.
Category: Religion

Echoes For The Eye

Author : Barbara Juster Esbensen
ISBN : 0060243996
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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A collection of poems that reveal patterns in nature.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

In Nature S Honor

Author : Patricia Montley
ISBN : 155896486X
Genre : Religion
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In Nature's Honor explores the eight solar holidays that mark the turning of the Wheel of the Year. Each chapter begins with a history of the holiday--the ways in which it has been celebrated from ancient to modern times, its relationship to other religious and secular celebrations and its cultural and mythological foundations. This history is followed by recommendations for specific activities to celebrate the season that individuals, families or small groups can enjoy. The chapters conclude with formal rituals suitable for use in larger faith communities. These include scripted narration, songs, dramatic enactments, litanies of seasonal blessings, readings from poetry and mythology and suggestions for ceremonial food. In Nature's Honor reconnects the modern spiritual seeker with the earth-centered practices of our ancestors. This work explores the seasonal rituals that celebrate the earth and our connection to it--which is not just physical but profoundly spiritual. FROM THE AUTHOR From the Authorz In writing this book, I discovered the most important theme running through the history of rituals related to the earth's seasons is renewal. The wheel turns and the old season gives way to the new, the old year to the new, the old life to the new. Each planting of seeds promises new possibilities. Each harvest brings sustenance for yet another year. Each fallow time regenerates the life of the soil. The sun deities retreat and return. The grain goddesses are lost and restored. The vegetation gods die and rise again. The cycle of life goes on and on, birth after death after birth. Perhaps what all the rituals celebrate is this ongoing-ness of life: the miraculous natural world that makes it possible and our abiding connection to it. For the ancients, the interdependence was clear. When the people fasted on the eve of a new season's beginning, they purified not just their own bodies, but the land itself. The fires that encouraged the fecundity of the land also made its people fertile. For us moderns distanced from the earth by technology, the interdependence is not as clear. And we are paying the price: in polluted air and water, in soil erosion, in deforestation, in global warming. How different the condition of the planet might be if we allowed ourselves to be renewed at each turning of the wheel of the year, if we took the time periodically to celebrate the beauty and bounty of nature.
Category: Religion

The Nature Of Heritage

Author : Lynn Meskell
ISBN : 9781118106631
Genre : Social Science
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The Nature of Heritage: The New South Africa is unique inrevealing the conflicts inherent in preserving both natural andcultural heritage, by examining the archaeological, ethnographicand economic evidence of a nation's attempts to master its past andits future. Provides a classic example of how nations attempt to overcome anegative heritage through past mastering of their histories Evaluates the continuing dominance of nature and conservationover concerns for cultural heritage Employs ethnographic and archaeological methodologies to revealhow the past is processed into a new national heritage Identifies heritage as therapy, exemplified in the strategy forrepairing legacies of racial and ethnic difference inpost-apartheid South Africa Highlights the role of archaeological heritage sites, nationalparks and protected areas in economic development and socialempowerment Explores how nature trumps culture and the global implicationsof the new configurations of heritage
Category: Social Science