I don't know about you, but I'm not a huge fan of wind. I often say that wind is my "least favorite weather." Living in the mountains and next to a lake, we can get a LOT of wind. And that doesn't go well with my dislike of the thing. But! Wind is actually super cool. Have you ever flown a kite… Read more
This Spring and Summer in McCall has been quite rainy! The plants are green and lush, and the rivers and streams have been full to the brim. Emma and Ashlee went on an adventure the other day to explore the amount and influence of water in the streams around their homes. You can follow along… Read more
I always love this time of year when I wake to a symphony of bird songs in the morning. Have you ever noticed the birds that are making noises near you? Today we are sharing a number of resources to learn about the different birds in your area!
- A guided exploration of birds in your… Read more
MOSS/PCEI AmeriCorps members Ms. Ashlee and Ms. Emma are excited to show us ways we can Leave No Trace in the outdoors this summer! We've added all SEVEN! LNT principles to this original post for you to explore!
Hello from MOSS Adventure Learning!
For many, the week after Memorial Day is an exciting indicator that Summer break is almost here! As you make the transition to Summer, we hope that these activities will help engage your senses and help you continue to learn this week!
The… Read more
This week we celebrate one month of MOSS Adventure Learning! This week also marks the final week of the UI semester. Soon our Graduate Students, who have spent this year learning and teaching at MOSS, will go on to their summer internships to share the lessons they have… Read more
It's certainly starting to feel like Springtime! Here in McCall that means cold, frosty mornings and warm, sunny afternoons. The snow is almost all melted away and we can see summer on the horizon! What's it like where you live?
Here are three new activities to get you out and exploring… Read more
This week, we have many exciting prompts and activities to help you explore your neighborhoods. Especially in this time of spring, there are many aspects of our ecosystems and communities that can be observed!