Kid’s emotional IQ improves with time spent in nature (not on a computer!)

Our friends at the Wilderness Society just shared the findings of an important study published in October that demonstrates that kids who spend time in nature, away from multi-tasking computers, express improved emotional intelligence compared to their peers. See the summary article here or read the study published in Computers in Human Behavior here. Nature and children’s health is generating many important conversations these days. Town Hall’s presentation on The Nature-Health Connection next Wednesday is just one of them.

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