Explore a brand new outdoor classroom at Oak Hill Children’s Center with PLT on September 29. Students from Southwest Vermont Career Development Center constructed a beautiful outdoor classroom at Oak Hil for outdoor learning in all weather. This project was completed by Forestry students through cutting trees, milling lumber, and planning the design of this outdoor space. A grant from the American Forest Foundation paid for items students could not make themselves (roofing materials, nails, and gravel). Learn about this project, explore the outside space using PLT activities, and get inspiration for outdoor teaching and learning in whatever outdoor space you have available. Learn more about developing and using the outdoors as a classroom, while using your five senses to explore the natural world around you through a sample of hands-on activities that meet the National Association for the Education of Young Children criteria for curriculum, and the Head Start Child Outcomes’ Framework. Receive the Project Learning Tree Early Childhood environmental education guide with almost 100 activities and an accompanying audio CD you can use with children the day after this workshop. This workshop is tailored to early childhood educators, and materials will be available for educators working with older children as well.