A nature walk is a great way for children to interact with the Great Outdoors. Outdoor activities can be adapted to help regulate children who have ADHD and sensory needs. Children can also learn about science and the change of seasons. Use the Bright Hub Guide to Nature Walks to learn about new ways to incorporate them into your curriculum throughout the entire school year. Activities covered in these articles cover the early childhood through elementary years, and can be used both at home and at school. Some decorating tips are also available.
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