From improvements in health to a richer, more full childhood experience, there are researched backed reasons for getting our kids outdoors.
Here are five steps to help you raise your own little Viking, Scandinavian-style, through outdoor play.
Kids today suffer from nature-deficit disorder. They spend less time outdoors, even though contact with nature promotes health, fitness, and imagination.
We usually take our three-year-old camping for a weekend about half a dozen times every summer, so these tips are rooted in our personal experiences.
My son pushed me to embrace nature this winter. This was my son’s second winter, and, because of how mild it started out, we found the transition into cold weather a little more difficult. When it came, we weren’t ready to…
New research shows that students perform better and recover from stress faster in a classroom with a view of green nature outside.
You probably already know that outdoor play is essential for children's health and well-being. Here are eight science-backed reasons that prove you're right.
We welcome this guest post from Krissy Pozatek, LCSW, author, therapist and parent coach. After a decade as a wilderness therapist, Krissy identified concepts and skills kids gain in the wilderness and integrated them into everyday parenting so kids can…