Preventing Nature Deficit Disorder in Your Children
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Resources for Preventing Nature Deficit Disorder in Your Children
Kids today don’t spend nearly as much time outside as they used to. However, being surrounded by nature has numerous benefits for kids’ growth and development. Luckily, there are lots of ways you can encourage your kids to have fun outside, whether that means playing in the backyard or going on an adventure together.
Activities for Learning About the World of Plants
- The Tiny Seed: Garden Activities for Kids
- How To Press Flowers With Your Kids
- 5 Fun and Easy to Grow Plants Children Will Love
- 50 Most Amazing University Botanical Gardens and Arboretums in the U.S.
Nature Activities in the Backyard
- 6 Fun and Easy Bird Feeders That Any Kid Can Make
- Home Science: Backyard Astronomy Basics
- How to Go on a Nature Scavenger Hunt with Kids
- 9 Great Outdoor Learning Activities for Springtime
Outdoor Activities for the Whole Family
- 6 Easy Steps To Fly A Kite With Your Kids
- Introducing Children to the Geocaching Adventure Game
- Pack Up a Picnic: Kid-Friendly Ideas
- Teach Your Kids to Fish in 10 Easy Steps
Getting kids interested in nature might take a little effort at first, but once your kids find some activities they really enjoy, they'll beg you to spend more time outside. Whether you go play in the backyard or take a trip to experience nature, your kids will benefit from the experience.