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There’s No School Like Nature

What nature teaches kids is above and beyond what they can learn in books or in school. More often than not, experiences in nature offer new perspectives to what a child already knows as the lessons are multi-dimensional and multi-sensorial, covering aspects of physical, mental and emotional learning. What’s more, there is so much a child can benefit from just being out and about in nature!

5 ways your child can benefit from nature

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Fresh air and sunlight

Get out of the house for a healthy dose of Vitamin D!

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Confidence and creativity

When play is unstructured, kids become inventive

Nature brings children to a world of wondernment

Sense of wonder

There’s just so much to discover, the world is their oyster!

Exploring nature that stimulates the five senses in children

Sensorial stimulation

Give the five senses a good massage with outdoors stimulation

Child getting his hands dirty in soil that has beneficial bacteria

Soil is good!

Some soil-based organisms have stronger strains of beneficial bacteria

Find out how your child can be stronger inside to experience more of nature.


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