Real kids need real play to feel happy, inspired and fulfilled. Help your kids discover the world through play by browsing out fun outdoor games for kids such as gardening activities and messy activities for kids. An important way to help their physical and mental development, our children’s outdoor activities are sure to have all the inspiration you need to help your kids get active.
After a long, fun school holiday, it’s time to get back into the school routine. Getting your kids back into a healthy routine can set them up for success when the long school days kick in. Here are a few tips to kick start your child’s healthy habits.
In a nutshell, experiential learning is when children, and even adults, learn by exploring, experiencing, discovering, creating and interacting and relating to the environment around them. There are no rules, no time limits, and minimal adult guidance when it comes to this form of learning; allowing children to learn naturally, on their own terms. Outdoor
It's widely stated that playing, in its many forms, has a significant impact on a child's development. One thing you may not have realised is that we, as parents, play a huge role in allowing this play to occur. We have a responsibility to help our kids play, but It's normal to have some reservations [...]
The outdoors is a hugely exciting adventure for kids. Along with unlimited possibilities it offers for play, kids can also learn by exploring, discovering, inventing and problem solving. Whether they are climbing a tree, jumping in puddles or looking in rock pools on a beach, every time they're outdoors they're learning. Interaction with nature is
Each day, with every new experience, kids learn crucial life lessons that help them develop values. As parents, these morals and values are in the back of our minds, often subconsciously, when we interact with our children [...]
Everyone’s heard someone say, “The kids of today are growing up too fast.” You may have even made this statement yourself. The world we grew up in as children and the experiences we encountered are unlike the experiences our kids may face. This may be concerning to us, but perhaps these fears are influencing our