• Mary Carlson Pap

How Kids of All Ages Can Avoid Nature-Deficit Disorder


We live in a pretty complicated world these days, and parents are fighting a lot of battles to protect their children’s growth and development. Thankfully, one enemy they can conquer easily is nature-deficit disorder. If your family is ready to win, check out these resources!

Educational Opportunities

Spending time in nature is an opportunity for your children to learn about new and fascinating subjects.

9 Great Outdoor Learning Activities for Springtime

A Compost Bin Project for the Kids

5 Backyard Science Experiments for Kids

Astronomy for Beginners: How to Get Started with Stargazing

Fun and Relaxation

These enjoyable activities will have your kids clamoring for more outdoor time.

How to Begin Birding

Why You Should Spend More Time on the Water

Visit Area Playgrounds

Enjoy Nature at Home, Too!

You don’t have to go far to enjoy and appreciate outdoor time with these backyard-friendly ideas.

Plant a Butterfly Garden

Toss Together This Backyard Picnic Menu

The Ultimate Guide to Backyard Camping

13 Surprising & Adorable Things to Do with a Kiddie Pool

Defeating nature-deficit disorder has never been easier! Look for educational and fun things to do with your family in the great outdoors. Whether you’re staying close to home or venturing farther, there are winning opportunities all around!

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