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Easter is just around the corner and this year, why not ditch the traditional basket hunt for something a little more adventurous? From the classic egg scavenger hunt to creating an Easter-themed obstacle course, there are plenty of ways to make this Easter memorable for your family.
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.

Finding ways to get the kids off screens and out into nature can be difficult, but it's worth the effort. By engaging in these activities as a family, parents and teachers can foster curiosity, environmental awareness, and positive family experiences. It doesn't require a grand adventure; meaningful activities can happen right at home or in one's local outdoor space. The blog post has hopefully offered valuable insight on how to create lasting memories and discover the beauty of nature firsthand with your children aged 6-12. 
When the sun sets, the world transforms into a captivating playground waiting to be explored. From stargazing to moonlit hikes, immerse yourself in the thrill of the night. Discover seven exhilarating activities that will ignite your sense of adventure and leave you with unforgettable memories under the moonlit sky.
Staying active is so important in the winter for the overall health of our families. But staying active doesnot always mean vigorous physical activity. Just enjoying time outdoors and spending time with familyhas major benefits as well. Here are threeactivities you can plan to get you outside when the kids beginto feel a little bored.
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Outdoor learning and green time are important for children's development. Research has shown that children who spend time in nature have better physical and mental health and are more likely to do well in school.
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As a parent, you want your children to have every opportunity to grow and learn. You may not realize it, but one of the best places for your children to learn and explore is the great outdoors. 
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Getting your child interested in orienteering gives them an appreciation for being outdoors and better understanding their surroundings. Knowing how to use a compass and read maps is an important lifesaving skill that can be taught with play.

Foraging is the process of finding and harvesting food from the wild. It can be a fun and rewarding activity for the whole family, and it offers a variety of benefits. Kids are naturally curious and want to put just about everything into their mouths anyway, why not direct that towards tasty wild food?  Foraging helps tap all that curious energy into nature exploration while teaching them valuable skills at the same time.

Have you wondered "what is mindfulness?" and it's usually followed by, "how can I practice that in the outdoors?". We've come up with activities for you and your family to do in the outdoors that allow you to practice, while learning about the pillars of, mindfulness!
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We know that outdoor play has a lot of benefits and plays a key role in neurological development. National 24-hour guidelines suggest a mix of vigorous and light physical activity, proper sleep, and reduction of sedentary activity.  The benefits include better cognitive health, mental health, immune functions, social skill development and much more.

Let’s explore outdoor games and activities you can do with your family on a campout, in the backyard, at a local park, at the beach or at the pool. You will notice that some activities can be done in multiple locations.

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Dozens of games are available at a moment's notice without the need to find needed pieces jammed in a closet or worrying about that one missing piece. Many require only human power, fresh air, open spaces, and creativity.

Let’s explore three that have been played by children as far back as the second century.

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