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The Flow of Sound, Light, Shapes and Color

"It is necessary to be outside for our brains to be stimulated from the flow of sound, light, shapes, and colors that nature provides."

--David Ingvar, professor of neurophysiology

"When children are engaging in unstructured imaginative play, they are learning the fine art of socialization: negotiation, compromise, cooperation and teamwork."

--Erin Kenny, founder of Cedarsong Forest Kindergarten

"Children immersed in nature practice their gross and fine motor skills continuously. In doing so, they can discover their physical capabilities and their boundaries, learn to recognize risk, and learn to keep their balance. It is interesting that physical therapy often consists of exercises that are meant to mimic nature."

--Erin Kenny, founder of Cedarsong Forest Kindergarten


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