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Research shows that when children learn and play with nature they are...

Healthier, both mentally and physically. Perform better in school. Have higher self-esteem. More cooperative with others. More creative. Better problem solvers. Have higher self-confidence. Feel more connected with nature. And will be tomorrows conservation leaders.

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Learn

Children and adults both benefit from learning about and spending time in nature. TCiN wants everyone to have access to nature-based learning opportunities - find more information on out Learn page.

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Explore

Find information about the Outdoor Activity of the Month, Nature Rocks Texas, and how to host a Campus Campout. Exploring in nature doesn't have to mean going to a far away place - find out more.

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Connect

Connect with Texas Children in Nature in your community, find out out about Outdoor Learning Environments and stay in touch with up coming TCiN Summits and events. Find out-more

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