From elementary to high school, discover ways to encourage and incorporate outdoor experiences into every stage of your child’s life. It’s not that I wasn’t an outdoorsy kid, but that I wasn’t raised in an area typically known for its... READ MORE
Establishing expectations are important for creating a safe, collaborative and unified environment among teens. Whether it’s at school or home, expectations are the glue that can keep a family or a classroom of students together. They hold us accountable for... READ MORE
Of the many things we’ve lost since March, a regular routine is at the top of the list for many of us. As we say in my household, “Pandemic is the mother of invention,” meaning creativity and solution-finding are... READ MORE
Teenagers are eager to learn. They’re highly capable of doing their own research and forming their own opinions. They have the power to create movements that fight the oppressive systems that have structured our world. Teens are also, perhaps, the... READ MORE
Three hours. If you’re looking for the scientific, expert-approved answer, then read no further. Angela Hanscom, a pediatric occupational therapist and founder of the therapeutic outdoor program Timbernook, prescribes three hours per day for children—a figure that is consistent... READ MORE
Disconnecting from your child while they are on an expedition can be difficult, yet rewarding. Learn how and what it can teach both you and your child. As Instructors, we want our students to leave a course feeling empowered by... READ MORE
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