Fairy Teepees

Ready to get your children outdoors and thinking creatively? Set them up to create their own fairy teepees -- using unusual items. I came up with this idea when I was tryin ..

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More than just play.

When I tell people I'm a pediatric occupational therapist and that I run nature programming, a look of confusion often crosses their face. "Huh?" "You're a special needs camp?" "I don't get it. You're going to do occupational therapy with our children?" From ..

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I am Lucky.

“I am Lucky.” I sometimes imagine kids saying this to me as they are covered in mud, running through the woods, or painting the chicken coop with their original art. Instead I get, “I just love this camp!” and “I’m coming back next year ..

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The UP side of being upside down

Did you know that being upside down actually helps you to be better on your feet? As pediatric occupational therapists, we actually have specific exercises that get children in an upside down position on purpose to help them gain better body awareness. Things like bowli ..

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