5 Ways to Get Kids Into Nature | Politicians Should Make America Better for Parents by Thinking Swedish | Outside Online

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Getting Outside More Is Good for Kids (and Adults):

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     It’s spring and time to look hard at how often our kids get outside to explore and play. Not often enough is the reality in most families and communities. This essay by Richard Louv offers some great ideas on the subject. Louv is the founder of the Child and Nature Network and author of Last Child in the Woods.

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“Author Richard Louv, who coined the term “nature-deficit disorder,” is back with his latest book on the importance of getting kids into nature…”

Source: 5 Ways to Get Kids Into Nature | Politicians Should Make America Better for Parents by Thinking Swedish | Outside Online

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