- “Great Learning is Out There” Practical Pre-School, March 2014.
- “Real Natural Learning” Early Years Educator, May 2014.
Children and Nature Network: A network created to encourage and support the people and organisations working internationally to reconnect children with nature.
Education Scotland: Guidance on outdoor learning.
Love Outdoor Play: Led by Play England and supported by the Free Time Consortium, Love Outdoor Play is a growing collective of local and specialist organisations working together to increase freedom of play.
Nature Detectives: Free nature-based activities and games for children, families and teachers provided by the Woodland Trust.
Play Scotland: The National organisation for play in Scotland, working to promote the importance of play for all children and young people, and campaigns to create increased play opportunities in the community.
Project Wild Thing: A film led movement to get more children outside and reconnecting with nature.
Rain or Shine Mamma: Writer, photographer and mother who believes childhood is best experienced outside.
Richard Louv: Created the term “nature-deficit-disorder”, linking the lack of nature in the lives of today’s children to some of the most disturbing childhood trends, such as the rises in obesity, attention disorders and depression.
RSPB: The country’s largest nature conservation charity, inspiring everyone to give nature a home.
Sue Palmer: Best known for her books Toxic Childhood and 21st Century Boys, writes about child development and education in the modern world.
Wildlife Fun 4 Kids: Lots of ideas and activities to help foster children’s love of wildlife and animals.