DiscoverThe 1000 Hours Outside PodcastTime in Nature Contributes to Increased Academic Success
Time in Nature Contributes to Increased Academic Success

Time in Nature Contributes to Increased Academic Success

Update: 2019-01-01
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So often we when we think of learning we think of paper and pencil.  Or maybe we think of watching an educational program or listening to an engaging speaker.  It’s important as parents and caregivers to know that movement, and especially movement in free play, is a major contributor to brain growth. In fact, movement it is the pre-cursor to all learning.  Here are three ways that spending time outside helps ensure your that child gets the movement he or she needs for optimal brain development. 

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Time in Nature Contributes to Increased Academic Success

Time in Nature Contributes to Increased Academic Success

Virginia Yurich