The resource, from the Child and Nature Alliance of Canada, offers tips and support for parents and teachers to explore nature with kids year-round.
As an elementary teacher, here are three ways I see physical education, extracurricular activities, and outdoor play have a positive impact on my students.
A backyard play set is a great way to nudge kids to get outdoors and have fun. Before you buy, check out these tips.
As we all navigate COVID-19, active, outdoor play is exactly what our kids need. Here are some tips to help them get outside, get creative, and get messy.
These creative and explorative nature activities will help you and your kids get outside, learn new things, and have fun together.
One activity that’s simple to plan, free, safe, and incredibly beneficial for our kids during this pandemic? Unstructured nature play.
To get kids outside and give them an all-over workout, here’s how you can create your own obstacle course.
The snow is gone, the birds are singing, and my kids are full of energy. Thankfully, spring offers many opportunities for children to get moving outdoors.
Besides bringing a sense of normalcy to this uncertain time, being outside and in the woods has a slew of physical and mental health benefits,
Looking for quick and easy activities for kids? Simply print this out, cut it, fold it, and glue it into a cube—then roll for an active challenge.