Let’s face it. This is tough on everyone. And it’s gonna be a rough couple weeks for families thrown out of their typical routines and cooped up at home.

Under these new circumstances, we may have no other choice but to spend most – if not all – of our time indoors. Yikes.

So what can we do? My gut reaction might have been to stock up on wine and white knuckle it ’til the end of the month…But then I remembered that lonnnng list of projects I had recently written out for Spring…*facepalm*

Here it was, my opportunity to do them all! No excuses, nothing but a wide open empty void just waiting to be filled.. (terrifying isn’t it?)

So let’s do this together shall we?

What is the Indoor Nature Connection March Mini-Course?

If we can help our children feel a connection with nature through education, excitement, and experiences, they’ll be more willing to get outside and enjoy it more often.

You may not know exactly where to begin but that’s where I can help. I’ve put together a mini-course that offers 7 fun and easy activities to bring the outdoors in and help make this “Great Pause” a little easier on us all.

Who Can Participate?

N. E. ONE. Anyone.

I know you’ve got time to kill. I know you’ve got kids tugging on your pant leg ready to tell you they’re bored AGAIN (and it’s only 9 AM). These projects are not complicated, I promise you. They don’t require a lot of set-up time and are adaptable for all ages. You will have the materials (or adequate substitutes) around your house. None of these projects require oodles of time or specialized talents.

The aim here is to get everyone engaged while maximizing simplicity and minimizing stress.

How It Works:

For the next 7 days you will receive an email detailing that day’s nature connection.

Each one is fun and easy and designed to do completely indoors with simple materials you probably have around the house.

The most important part of this is that we can bring the calming and restorative properties of the outdoors in – in to our lives, and into our routines.

Of course we encourage you and your family to get outside into nature as much as you can. If you have the luxury of a backyard or the ability to get into an open space from time to time, that’s a bonus! But we understand that for many, the current circumstances place restrictions on so many of us during this time.

At the end of the 7 day March Mini-Course you will:

  • Fill some time with a fun & enriching activity (go ahead and pat yourself on the back)
  • Spark curiosity & excitement about the outdoors.
  • Spend some QT with your kids.
  • Find a use for all those empty toilet paper tubes.
  • Trade some screen time for “green time.”

Are you in?

Enter your email below to sign up for our 7-Day March Mini Course.

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