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It's a big world out there, explore!
“And into the forest I go, to lose my mind and find my soul.”
– John Muir
"Don’t let go too soon, but don’t hang on too long."
– Morrie Schwartz
Overcoming the obstacles in our path!
If you want to walk fast, walk alone but if you want to walk far, walk together.
“When you come to the end of the rope, tie a knot and hang on.”
– Franklin D. Roosevelt
“Don’t just tell children about the world, show them.”
– Penny Whitehouse
I go camping because it is kind of therapeutic and fun!
Our challenge isn’t so much to teach children about the natural world, but to find ways to sustain their instinctive connections they already carry.
Look! It’s a bird… It’s a plane… NO! It’s… MOTHER NATURE!
Standing tall together at 36m above ground on the highest pedestrian bridge in Singapore, the Henderson Waves Bridge.
The earlier and more often children are exposed to nature, the happier, healthier and brighter they become.
Never lose your sense of wonder, keep exploring!
The best part of teaching is that it matters. The hardest part of teaching is that every moment matters, everyday.
Nature is a tool to get children to experience not just the wider world but themselves.
Experiencing the beauty of nature amidst the serenity of Keppel Hill Reservoir.
“The mind that opens to a new idea never returns to its original size.”
– Albert Einstein
Learning about history is just like a leaf knowing that it is part of a tree.
Live in the sunshine or dance under the rain! Come out of your shell, don't get so tide down. Enjoy the sea breeze and the calming movement of the waves!
Be your own kind of beautiful!
Make Peace, Not War!
The brave, the courageous and the fearless! Bringing out the best in every child!
SMILE! It literally means “See Miracles In Life Everyday”!
Let’s wander where the WIFI is weak.
Little ones who dare to dream big under a big tree! One day, they might even climb on its back to reach for the skies!
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