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5 Safe and Fun Outdoor Practices

Children love to have fun, but as a parent, it is your job to make sure the activities are safe too, especially when playing outdoors. That can be tough, so we’re going to share some of the best ways to do it.   Make it Fun to be Safe Since kids love games, Let’s...

How to Introduce Kids to Recycling

How to Introduce Kids to Recycling

Encouraging children to recycle teaches them that the world they live in is important and they need to help take care of it. The earlier you start, the better. Parents can find ways to make it exciting, so it doesn’t seem like a chore. Begin by making your recycling...

Facts About Kids Ages Five to Seven

Facts About Kids Ages Five to Seven

It’s essential to pay attention to your child’s activities to ensure they are suited for their age and stage of development. In today’s world, the way kids consume information affects their social, emotional, and physical development in different ways. They may spend...

What is Learning Through Play and Why We Use It

What is Learning Through Play and Why We Use It

Renowned psychologist specializing in child development, Jean Piaget, once asked if the goal of education was learning what we already know or developing creative minds to discover new things throughout life. Ideally, it takes a little of both in a lifelong quest for...

The Benefits of Nature Play

The Benefits of Nature Play

Technology has most kids spending more time inside. On average, children in the US spend about seven minutes playing outside compared to seven hours of screen time per day. But enjoying the outdoors shouldn’t be an afterthought; it’s actually necessary. Research shows...

Books that Inspire Children to Go Outside

Books that Inspire Children to Go Outside

The daily use of TV and computer games makes it easy for young people to be entertained and educated without leaving their room or the house. As convenient as that may be, you don’t want to forget about the importance of outdoor exploration. Picture books can inspire...