Dive Into Family Fun to Avoid
Nature-Deficit Disorder

Do you and the kids get outside as much as you should? It turns out most of us don’t these days, and our mental and physical health is suffering as a result. If you want to turn the tables on Nature-Deficit Disorder, WoodsEdge Children’s Center invites you to check out the following resources.


Key Points to Know


If the nature-deficit disorder is a new term for you, it’s important to understand what it is and its implications.


Disconnection from Nature, a Dangerous Illusion

10 Reasons Why Kids Need to Spend Time Outdoors

5 Ways Interaction with Animals Can Enhance Children’s Development

5 Benefits of Sports for Kids


Playing (& Learning!) Opportunities

Looks for ways to encourage time in the great outdoors together.


100 Things to Do Before, During, or After a Nature Walk

Get Kids Outside with Easy Nature Activities in the Backyard

How to Safely Observe Wildlife from Your Home

Outdoor Sporty Stuff

Outdoor activities can come in many different forms. Even sports can promote time outside!


4 Tips When Mountain Biking with Your Child

Hiking with Infants, Toddlers, and Kids

How to Take Your Kids to Mini-Golf

Getting outside for some healthy fun is one of the best things you can do for your family’s well-being. WoodsEdge Children’s Center encourages you to make time for playing, learning, and sports. You and your children will be better off as a result, and you can avoid the modern-day woes of nature-deficit disorder!

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