Outdoor Exposure Key To Develop Life, Non-Academic Skills

The element of outdoor exposure has significant benefits for children such as developing life skills including emotional resilience and other non-academic skills, suggests an article published in the conversation. In the last few decades, schools have realized the pertinence of outdoor play time and hence develop programmes which take learning outside the classroom milieu. One of these development programmes is forest school, an outdoor learning initiative which employs outdoor play in wooden spaces as a tool for a child’s development and overall learning.