Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.
– Nelson Mandela

Learning Pathways



Discover the proposed learning pathways created by the K4S Project.



Test the learning pathways with your children following the detailed guidelines.



Design and describe new learning pathways filling in the proposed form.

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the Pathways created by the Learning Community

Flower meadow – habitat for various tenants

Discovering the biodiversity inside the meadow

The Colors of Spring

Respecting animals and nature and interiorize the importance of recycling

A thousand facets of autumn

Connect with nature and plants through work in teams

Building Sustainable Relationships

Explore emotions, self regulation and resolution of conflict

Circular Economy

Understand systems that support a Circular Economy and reuse of materials


Develop understanding of combustion and fire skills


Explain the importance of water and learn how to conserve it

Let’s take care of the oceans!

Improve the knowledge and respect about the aquatic ecosystems

The Force of the Earth

Gain knowledge and respect about the natural world, phenomena, and Earth resources

Earth – Amazing planet

Increasing children’s ecological awareness and design rules for sustainable development

Rocks and minerals – under the magnifying glass of a geologist

Understanding the nature of geological processes

The soil – plants’ natural habitat

Exploring the features of soil and its role for plants and human life

Earthworm – gardener’s little helper

Understanding the role of earthworms in the soil

Wind – an ally or enemy?

Studying the role of wind in nature and human life

The Child in the Air – Discovering Air

Recognize air as an element and interiorize its importance

Ice – not such a terrible hero of the frosty lands

Enriching knowledge about winter weather and the properties of ice and salt

Pathways created by the Learning Community

Nature bathing for babies

Authors: Dr G. Scally, T. McLaughlin, O. O’Brien,
P. Kelly, A. O’Dowd, S. MC Caffery, E. Scanlon,
A. Callaghan

Helping children under 3 commune with nature

The Art of Sustainability

Authors: Dr G. Scally, I. Roche, P. Mackenzie

Identifying opportunities to keep materials in use

Water – The unique treasure of the Earth

Authors: G. Madej, N. Rapacz, T. Stanek, S. Szewczyk

Enriching the knowledge about water

The dark swallows will return

Authors: C. Castillejo Valdés, H. Vitria Pujol and A. Berbel Vinuesa

Understanding the characteristics of the birds

Slugs in the Garden

Authors: M. Marcas Vila and A. Bonet Perot

Knowing the organisms that we have in the garden

Green and fun eggs

Authors: L. Arnau Bermúdez, S. Marsal Costa, A. Pamplona Peleato, B. García Urigoitia, A. Ramia Guasch

Understand the values of growing vegetables

Healthy Eating

Authors: E. Ruiz Rodríguez, E. Pino Gracias, M. Collet García, J. Moreno Casado

Understanding the different properties of food

Water – The story that starts in the clouds

Authors: A. Maciejczyk, D. Druzkowska, G. Mach

Discovering the importance of water for the environment and humans

How to take care of plants?

Authors: P. Chudyba, M. Graca
Mentor: Dr K. Szewczuk

Developing awareness of the beauty of nature and possibilities of taking care of it

A note of Green

Authors: A. Nirta, F. Liberatore, G. Bartolucci, L. Guasoni, M. Capetta, M. Garasto

Getting to know the sounds of nature and animals

The sustainable Vegetable Garden

Authors: C. Albrici, G. Boni, N. Pellegrino

Increasing knowledge and respect for the natural world

With my hands I can create

Authors: F. Caccioppola, A. Mirra, I. Culcasi

Knowing the world through a field experience

Risks and Reflection

Authors: P. Kelly, T. Mclaughlin, L. Dunne

Deepening the understanding of sustainability

Routines in “Re Key”

Authors: A. Montserrat Rull, G. Font Cunill

Creating routines in the children’s day-to-day life

It’s your turn!

The first form represents the starting point of each Fieldwork experience of the K4S project.
It will help teachers describe the implementation of each experience and will be shared among partners in order to have a common structure for the national pilots.
Another form is designed to support the monitoring activities.

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