Connecting to nature can restore our sense of wellbeing, which is more important now than ever as children around the world are spending less time outdoors due to the coronavirus crisis.
If coronavirus restrictions in your country mean you have to stay at home, find some ideas from Nature Play WA on how to keep children connected to the natural world. From camping out overnight in your own backyard, to starting a nature journal, there’s something for everyone.
The 25 things to do in social isolation resource is brought to you by Nature Play WA – an Australian non-profit established to increase the time Western Australian children spend in unstructured play outdoors and in nature. Nature Play WA also lead the Outdoor Classroom Day movement in Australia.
Find more ideas for connecting to nature and share your own on social media using #OutdoorClassroomDay!
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