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Kris Bell and Dan Haifley: Leave no child inside
... that youth learn from textbooks inside classrooms is enhanced by outdoor learning. Author
discussed this concept in his best-selling book "Last Child Left In The Woods," a part...
Read more at Santa Cruz Sentinel
Never underestimate the value of simple outdoor adventures. According to child advocacy expert
, too many kids in today’s “wired” generation live in a personal world that’s too...
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Children can sense our fear
... communicate our fears to our kids. Fear of strangers. Fear of nature. Fear of bugs.
, who wrote "Last Child in the Woods," coined the term "nature deficit disorder" to...
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Plumb Library News
... be reading Last Child in the Woods: Saving Our Children from Nature-Deficit Disorder, by
. “I like to play indoors better ’cause that’s where all the electrical outlets are,”...
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Marin Readers' Forum for March 29
... incredible surroundings to teach? Distinguished environmental educators and writers such as
, David Sobel and Alice Waters would agree that Marin County schools have the community...
Read more at Marin Independent Journal
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Get back to the wilderness to refresh your soul
... well as children are suffering from lack of exposure to the outdoor world. So argues
, the renowned Vancouver author of Last Child in the Woods and The Nature Principle. "I...
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