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It's Fall!/ Winter
A perfect time to build some memories with your kids. Here's some quick outdoor activities to keep you and your kids engaged with nature this Fall and Winter.
Collect fallen leaves on your walk and using crayons place a paper over the leaf and rub over them to make original leaf artwork.
Hide and Seek: When you take a hike with your kids play hide and seek as you walk. It will keep you all laughing.
Scavenger Hunt: It's always fun to have a scavenger hunt! Give your kids a list of things to look for and check off. For example acorns, a red leaf, sparrow bird, pigeon, red berries. Give your kids a treat when you come back such as hot cocoa or hot cider.