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Venture: Why getting kids outside is no walk in t...
... save them from “nature-deficit disorder,” a term coined by U.S. children’s health advocate
in his 2005 book Last Child in the Woods. Enter Bienenstock Natural Playgrounds, based...
Read more at The Globe and Mail
Let kids play outside alone? It should be a crime...
... article by Lenore Skenazy on Reason.com. She wrote: "'One culprit is the 24-hour news cycle,'
, author of Last Child in the Woods, said when I asked him why so few kids are outside...
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Christian Science Monitor
Southwest Elementary takes class outdoors
Gail Normanly said the platform will combat “nature-deficit disorder,” a phrase coined by author
in his book, “Last Child in the Woods,” which lay on her desk in her office. Science...
Read more at The Jacksonville Daily News
Southwest Elementary School
N.C. Museum of Natural Sciences
At The Audubon
... cloud the fact that going outside is a fun, normal part of human development. In 2005,
published his famous work "Last Child in the Woods." In this book, Louv coined the term...
Read more at Warren Times Observer
How Technology Can Help You Tune Back Into Nature
... is a tool to get children to experience not just the wider world, but themselves."
, the founder of the "nature deficit disorder" principle, put it best when he said, “The...
Read more at The Huffington Post
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