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Benefits of Outdoor reading.

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Summer is around the corner, Adventure Day and Sunset Hike are great books for reading during summer to motivate children, to get outdoors and explore nature.

Being outside can improve memory and fight depression.

But what are the benefits of reading outside? https://medium.com/@superiorrecreationalproducts/benefits-of-reading-outside-64e8f1dc2902

I am a writer, and As a mother With a four-year-old who enjoys reading Children’s nature books, I find myself reading more children’s books than adult books. I love reading Children’s books to my daughter, we bring our books camping, hiking and at the parks. Before I became a mother I read at least 50 books a year but that changed, I’m now obsessed with children’s books.

When I was growing we couldn’t afford to buy children’s Books ,My dad read a newspaper every day so when he was done with it, he will pass it to me. Goodwill always have second handbooks for 99c each, you can’t beat that price.If you’re not you love reading but never get time, make a change and start now. I love children’s Books because they are fun and makes me happy.

As summer approaches, I want to challenge you to add summer titles in your personal library, Find Books that will challenge you, Find Books online, library is a good place to start.Parents find books that have children’s activities and crafts my favorite right now is Nature hand Print.

There are so many benefits of Outdoor learning especially for kids, Trade screen time to Green time.Children often have too much exposure to digital screens via televisions, computers, and cell phones. This can result in a “nature deficit disorder,” which may lead to obesity and possible psychological and academic issues. Outdoor learning allows students to put their focus back on nature.

I have realized that Outdoor environments naturally inspire children to be more physically active the proof is my own Daughter.


dineo dowd

Dineo is a full-time mom and writer who was born in South Africa but now lives in Madison, Wisconsin, with her husband and their daughter. For the past 4 years, she has been an ambassador for Hike it Baby, a non-profit organization that connects families with babies and young children to the outdoors and each other. As part of this, Dineo spends much of her time outdoors, once hiking 21 miles in 8 hours and she is keen that her daughter spends as much time outside as is possible.

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