It’s our turn to get an Every Kid in a Park pass and I’m pretty excited about it. Here’s what it is, how to get it, and why you should talk to your fourth grader right now.
A bad experience has left my daughter afraid of bugs. So now what do we do?
It’s high time for tourists in Acadia National Park. Those of us who live here see the same mistakes over and over again. Here’ show to avoid them.
This has been my summer to get kids to do hard things. Thankfully, I’ve come up with a few strategies to help out.
Do kids hate going outside these days? No, but we might be setting them up so it looks that way. Here are three questions to ask yourself.
Are you treating outside time like a summer chore? Stop requiring your kids to have fun. Instead set them up for success and get out of the way.
Heading to Acadia with kids? Don’t miss these three popular posts on all things Acadia.
If you get outside enough, you build outside memories in the landscape around you, and that landscape becomes meaningful in a different way, every time.
Should mothers really be feeling outdoors shame because they don’t take their kids to the forest? Or is it really a matter of building your family culture?
Teaching environmentalism doesn’t have to be sad, hard, and depressing. Just start in your backyard and take it from there.