5 Tips for Getting Kids to Unplug and Go Outside

This infographic, published by the Nature Kids Institute, gives a good representation of some of the basic tools needed to increase children’s time outside. These seem like very simple principles, but sometimes the simplest things have the most impact.


kids in nature

And, as this informative graphic states, technology doesn’t necessarily have to be banned when in the outdoors. With the high level of technology at our fingertips (literally), several apps have been developed that can enhance your outdoor experience. Check out this post we published a couple of years ago which includes a list of nature themed apps courtesy of the National Environmental Education Foundation.

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