Children & Nature : Studies Show Increase In Memory & Attention


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Studies from all over are funneling down on the facts about how nature and the great outdoors prove to help the learning environment for kids and adults alike.

A recent study from US National Library of Health, reveals a link between the “greenness” of green spaces and school performance. Another study in 2015 from University of British Columbia, shows that rough play, usually in outdoor settings, increase a child’s health socially and physically.

These studies are finding the benefits of nature and being outdoors are helpful for:

  • Cognitive Development
  • Memory Function
  • Critical Reasoning
  • Diversified Learning
  • Physical health

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