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Early Childhood Conference 2018

29th Annual Excellence in Early Childhood Conference
Friday and Saturday, February 16 and 17 , 2018 at Chadron State College

Timber Nook Camps

Angela Hanscom, Founder

Angela Hanscom, FounderAngela Hanscom is the founder of Nature’s Stepping Stones and the unique TimberNook camp programs for children.

Angela Hanscom is a pediatric occupational therapist, with her masters in occupational therapy since 2003. She holds an undergraduate degree in kinesiology and physical education. Angela has treated many children over the years that presented with sensory deprivations, uncoordinated bodies, and behavioral issues that she feels is largely due to the lack of unstructured playtime in the great outdoors and the nutritional habits of our society today.

Angela founded Nature’s Stepping Stones back in 2010 in hopes of re-connecting children to nature at an early age. She started the TimberNook movement in 2013 to share her unique and successful nature camps with organizations that have the drive and the passion to make a difference in children’s lives.

Conference Information


Western Nebraska Early Childhood Conference Brochure
Western Nebraska Early Childhood Registration

 

College Credit Registration
Graduate Course Syllabi (FCS 540)
Undergraduate Course Syllabi (FCS 440)

Please contact Dr. Kim Madsen with questions.

 

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