Turn to Outdoor Based Activities to Battle Nature Deficit Disorder
It’s no secret that many children today don’t spend as much time outside as parents would like. But there are ways to show kids how enjoyable and rewarding spending time in nature can be. These engaging nature-based activities can help parents fend off nature-deficit disorder and encourage kids to head outdoors.
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Research shows that being in nature is beneficial for children of all ages. Of course, it can be an adjustment to add nature play and exploration to your routine. But you’ll soon find that spending time outside is just as rewarding for grown-ups as it is for little ones.