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Rabbits, Oct 13

Themes: animals in our Canadian Forests, symbiosis in the natural world, empathy with the natural world, sewing, understanding our comfort spaces and our spaces that challenge us

Skills Embraced: feeling what it's like to be a hunted animal, understanding the balance needed between predator and prey (we all wanted to be cougars in our game, but we need the deer and grass too!), threading a needle!

Connection Questions: What was the 'thing' in the predator prey game that could eat anything? How did it work when you could choose to be any animal you wanted? When did it feel a bit challenging for you in the day (outside the white circle)?

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Jessie Veronelly graduated from the U of A with a BA in Environmental Studies with a major in the Outdoor Stream.  She has worked as a Backroads leader, river guide and climbing instructor, and has education and experience in group management as well as leading children's camps.  Beyond all of this, Jessie is a kind and warm person who really connects with the kids on their level and lets them learn at their own pace, letting each child be their own, unique person.