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As parents, it is important to understand just how vital outdoor activities are for our children's physical and mental well-being. In this blog post, we will explore the various benefits of outdoor exploration, how to overcome barriers to outdoor play, and tips for creating positive outdoor experiences that will last a lifetime.
Celebrate Nature's Renewal with Engaging Activities for Kids

As the days grow longer and the air becomes filled with the sweet scent of blossoms, it's time to welcome spring with open arms. We invite families, parents, and teachers alike to join us on a journey of discovery, celebrating the arrival of spring and teaching kids about the magic of seasonal changes.

Welcome to Nature Classroom, where we embark on a journey to unlock the untapped potential of outdoor learning for children. In this blog post, we will delve into the myriad benefits that nature offers for a child's holistic development and provide practical tips and resources for parents and teachers to seamlessly integrate outdoor education into daily lessons.
Paracords are a type of lightweight, durable cord that has many uses. It's most known for being used in the creation of survival bracelets, but there are plenty of other ways to use a paracord that are just as creative and fun. 
Mother Nature is a strong and consistent force in our lives, just like any mother in our lives who work hard and keep on going.  Why don’t we look at some beautiful, simple and environmentally friendly art!

The aurora borealis (northern lights) put on their dance about 60 miles above the earth’s surface when electrically charged particles collide with gasses in the atmosphere.

Don’t live far enough north? No worries. There are plenty of videos online that show the northern lights. Maybe you can watch them in a dark room at night to make it more interesting.

Whether your children will enrol in a summer scouts program or go boating or camping, knot tying is an essential survival skill. These knots can come in handy outdoors, from tying a simple square knot to creating a bowline.
The Pacific Northwest is a geographic region in the northwestern United States, bounded by the Pacific Ocean and the Cascade Range to the east. The area includes the states of Oregon and Washington and the Canadian province of British Columbia. But which kid-friendly hiking activities can people do in the region?
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