Nature Play Prompts

$28.95

Did you know that children should be spending at least 1.5 hours outside each day? Sadly less than 47% of Australian children are getting enough active outdoor play. Outdoor play makes children happier, healthier and smarter! It’s also been proven to have a positive impact on mothers mental health, which allows you to be a more productive and passionate parent.

‘Nature Play Prompts’ aim to get children outside and active each day and appreciating nature! We aim to inspire creativity, practice mindfulness, encourage independence, and instil a passion for conserving our environment.

As a mum I understand that life is pretty busy, our Nature Play Prompts offer a range of activities that can take 2 minutes or be extended to fill your day. We aim for small positive changes which can be incorporated into your current routine; as simple as drinking your morning coffee outside, or eating lunch together under a shady tree.

For those that are already avid nature lovers, we give you bountiful prompts that invigorate learning through art/craft, science, flora and fauna observation, and active play. All of our prompts have well researched childhood development and safety at the core.

Our play prompts are designed by early childhood specialists and are suited for children from 12months to approximately 8years. There are 30 prompts, many offering an ‘extension’ or ‘further thinking’ to challenge the older learners. Our cards are printed on environmentally friendly paper with a gloss laminate and rounded corners to withstand little grubby hands. They come packaged in a hand stamped, cotton keepsake bag.

Instilling a love for nature in our children will encourage protection of our beautiful great outdoors for generations to come. Let’s work together to ditch the screens and appreciate the little things in life.

 

Description

– Instill a love for nature

– encourage sustainable practices

– appreciate the little things

– ditch the screens

– great sibling gift

– suitable for 1-8 years

– perfect minamilist ‘experience’ based gift