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Nature-Based Learning

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OUTDOOR LEARNING

Quality outdoor time is essential to healthy development in children. Connecting children with nature helps them to develop a more positive attitude while being more active, absorbed and involved.


Outdoor Learning Environments (OLEs) give children the opportunity to:

  • experience with all their senses,

  • develop fine and gross motor skills,

  • be physically active,

  • learn through observation,

  • build using natural materials, and

  • connect to the world around them.

Childhood in the Garden: A Place to Encounter Natural and Social Diversity (hhs.gov)

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