- Children who spend time in nature are shown to be happier and have higher critical thinking skills than their peers who have not had access to natural spaces.
- Children who play together in nature are less likely to take part in bullying behavior and instead are shown to develop more collaborative skills and will demonstrate respect for others.
- Students who are exposed to nature also achieve higher test scores in math, reading and writing than their non-nature-exposed peers.
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