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Children learn science in nature play long before they get to school classrooms and labs

By Amy Cutter-Mackenzie-Knowles, Executive Dean, Faculty of Education, Southern Cross University
Alexandra Lasczik, Associate Professor, Arts & Education, Southern Cross University
Karen Malone, Professor, Environmental Sustainability and Childhood Studies, Swinburne University of Technology
Linda Knight, Associate Professor, Early Childhood: Creative Practice and Digital Media, RMIT University
Mahi Paquette, Research Associate, Faculty of Education, Southern Cross University
Maia Osborn, Research Fellow, Faculty of Education, Southern Cross University
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New research demonstrates the many aspects of nature play that make it a great way for young children to gain STEM knowledge.

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