Wasting Time Isn’t A Waste

Doing nothing isn't something we allow children to do very often. Culture tells us we can't afford to waste time. Our children must be learning something or be in a class of some type. Well, recall how often culture is wrong. A recent study demonstrated that adults who walked a mere 20 minutes in nature... Continue Reading →

Less Screen Time and More Green Time

A recent study by the Seattle Children’s Research Institute appearing in the Archives of Pediatric & Adolescent Medicine discovered that almost 50% of preschoolers lacked even one parent-supervised outdoor play session per day. On average, children aged 10 to 16 now spend only 12.6 minutes a day on vigorous outdoor activity compared with 10.4 waking hours... Continue Reading →

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