Summer 2016 Vol. 77 / No. 03
Summer is here we're taking a look at the importance (and FUN) of getting kids back outside. From unstructured play to literally getting dirty, the great outdoors is beneficial to children's cognitive, emotional, and physical wellbeing. Butterflies and mud puddles, imagination and science—that’s how you grow a gardener!
Outdoor Play | Begonias | Railway Gardens | Butterflies | Harvesting Water & Hydrozoning | Rex Zumwalt
You really will want to have a copy of this lovely 64-page journal, but in the meantime you can check my feature articles at these links:
Child's Play: Discovering the Wild Bits
The Importance of Spontaneous Outdoor Play in Nature
Then, don your play clothes and go for a wander in the woods or your garden. Have a nice Play!
Nurturing Biophilia & Bibliophilia
Childhood Nature Experiences