06/06/2016 21:21

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“Children must spend more time outdoors—for
their good health and the health of our planet. If
children don’t move enough, their bodies will not
develop in a healthy manner. If children don’t grow up engaged with nature, chances are they will never understand human dependency on the natural world.  Nature play is defined as a learning process, engaging children in working together to develop physical skills, to exercise their imaginations, to stimulate poetic expression, to begin to understand the workings of the world around them.”

Tess Michaels