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Spending Time in Nature Boosts Children's Learning

News   Mar 14, 2019 | Original Press Release form Illinois ACES

 
Spending Time in Nature Boosts Children's Learning

Nature-based instruction leads to more engaged, attentive, self-motivated, disciplined children in a cause-and-effect manner, according to a critical review of current literature. Credit: University of Illinois

 
 
 

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