Why nature is important in the development of a child

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ST.LOUIS, MO - Playing outside not only promotes healthy habits for your children but can also have an impact on the expansion of their understanding of the world.Steve Zwolak, CEO of Lume Institute and Executive director of University City Children's Center discusses the importance nature has in the development of critical thinking skills as well as the emotional and social development of your child. For more information visit www.lumeinstitute.org




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