Explore and experience nature with your kids with these 30 fun and educational family activities dedicated to spending more time outside.
Less screen, more green! In the world of smartphones, tablets, and online learning, the need for children to engage with nature has never been more evident. Outdoor activities and projects inspire exploration, creativity, curiosity, learning, and a sense of wonder. Interacting with nature also fosters a healthy love and respect for the outdoors.
The Family Guide to Outdoor Adventures features fun and engaging hands-on nature, camping, and bushcraft projects that get you and your children outside having more fun, strengthening your bond, and creating memories that will last a lifetime. Written by expert survival instructor Creek Stewart, each project is designed to get parents and their kids outside and teach them about nature and the great outdoors.
From casting animal tracks and dyeing t-shirts with walnuts to building a debris hut and catching minnows with a spider web your family with get your hands dirty, learn some cool nature facts, and complete some awesome projects with your family. Explore, create, laugh, love, and experience the great outdoors together with The Family Guide to Outdoor Adventures.
Creek Stewart is an expert survival instructor and the author of Survival Hacks and the bestselling Build the Perfect Bug Out series of books. Creek is the in-house and on-camera Survival Expert for The Weather Channel and hosts Could You Survive? with Creek Stewart on the network. Creek has been featured as a guest expert in numerous media outlets including, the Today show, Fox & Friends, The Doctors, Men’s Fitness, Backpacker, and Outdoor Life. Creek is the owner and founder of Willow Haven Outdoor Survival Training School, located in Central Indiana, and APOCABOX, a bimonthly survival subscription box that ships to thousands of loyal subscribers every other month. He is the recipient of the prestigious Outstanding Eagle Scout Award, which bestowed by the Boy Scouts of America to Eagle Scouts who have demonstrated outstanding achievement at the local, state, or national level.