Growing up Wild

Growing up Wild❴KINDLE❵ ❅ Growing up Wild Author Alexia Barrable – Heartforum.co.uk Have you ever noticed how much calmer and engaged your children are when they are outside in the natural worldA growing body of evidence is pointing to the need for children to spend time outside Bein Have you ever noticed how much calmer and engaged your children are when they are outside in the natural worldA growing body of evidence is pointing to the need for children to spend time outside Being outdoors has the potential to energise entertain and educate our children often with minimal input from adults Growing up Wild is for anyone who wants to encourage their kids to spend time outdoors Combining the latest scientific research with a host of enjoyable activities the Growing up eBook Ù authors show you how to access nature with your children From making the most of local parks woodlands the beach and your own back garden Growing up Wild gives you easy ways to get out there connect with nature and have fun togetherInspired by the increasingly popular forest school philosophy and emphasising the benefits of starting early with your baby or toddler Growing up Wild tells you The reasons why getting dirty makes you happier and healthier Activities that make the most of wind rain or snow Tips on hiking and foraging with your children How to run wild with kids from parks to fells and beyond How to build an outdoor space in your back gardenThis book is a must have for parents who love nature and want to give their children the proven benefits of playing outdoors.

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Growing up Wild Epub ☆ Growing up  eBook Ù
  • Paperback
  • 208 pages
  • Growing up Wild
  • Alexia Barrable
  • 17 March 2015
  • 9781472139047

10 thoughts on “Growing up Wild

  1. Stevie says:

    I loved this book It was an easy read had great ideas about how to enjoy nature why to enjoy nature research to back up and gave various age appropriate suggestions for each of the 30 activities Each activity idea starts with a personal account from the parental perspective I started to skip these because they tended to sound the same; in summary “I didn’t want to go out but I grabbed my coffee and sucked it up and I’m glad I did” Overall it reminded me that my best moments of my childhood were doing these very things ex fort building and gave me new ideas to engage with my 8 year old daughter

  2. Ruth says:

    A cute idea — she has short diary entries throughout the year starting January 1st then adds resources for how to get kids outside Hers are about 3 and a baby but she has some ideas for other ages Probably could have been a little shorter but it isn’t too long I liked ideas like set up a backyard kitchen — give kids pants and muffin tins A shelter so they can stay out even when the weather isn’t perfect

  3. Estelle Evink says:

    Great little book packed full of ideas for children's outdoor play Will be reading this one again

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