When a child steps outside...
A world of
opportunity opens up.
Today on average, children spend less than 10 minutes a day playing outdoors
and 44 hours a week on screens. This results in a host of emotional and physical health problems.
(Source: Children & Nature Network)
Children need nature, but the sad reality is that they often don’t have the encouragement and even the opportunity to access it.
Research reveals that time spent in natural settings especially through hands-on, outdoor learning, boosts kids’ learning engagement, curiosity, creativity, environmental literacy and more.
We partner with schools to bring nature to their students by designing and building dynamic ”Outdoor Learning Zones” coupled with teacher professional development in outdoor learning and teaching.
We also host events that encourage kids, teens, and their families to explore the outdoors.