7 Character Traits Kids Can Learn from Nature

7 Character Traits Kids Can Learn from Nature

by | Feb 23, 2021 | Nature and Kids | 0 comments

Introduction:

Nature can teach kids important things such as being happy, staying healthy and calm. Being surrounded by birds, plants, trees, grass, and flowers can have beneficial effects on the mind and body. Even though the world is rushing today, it would be nice to make time for yourself to spend with nature. Let’s take you through some of the beautiful things that nature can teach you:

Teaches you to appreciate

There are so many patterns, colours, shapes, and textures in nature. When you make time, you will be able to appreciate it through observing all of these. You would also understand that as a human, it is your duty to protect nature. You would learn to be kind to animals, birds, and insects. Being with nature will urge you to gain skills that you need to care for the environment while appreciating all that it gives us.

Teaches you to Pay Close Attention

There is so much to see and experience in nature. While it is simple, there is also so much you may not understand. It is quiet and yet constantly busy. Everything seems to have its place and yet it might seem messy. It is these traits of nature that help you to understand how to stay calm and pay attention. Nature is peaceful. When you focus on this peace, it becomes easier to deal with things that might otherwise bother you. The timeless beauty of nature is sure to bring a smile to your face – if only you take the time to pay attention.

Teaches you to Focus

The beauty and calmness in nature would help you to focus on the present. This would ensure that past problems don’t bother you. You would find it easier to remain aware of what is around you without being distracted. This in turn would ensure that your mind is calm and your body too, would feel relaxed. With so many unique sounds, smells, and sights, Nature sure has a way of captivating your senses.

Teaches you Gratitude

As you watch the butterflies or the tiny ladybugs, you find it easier to be grateful. Despite the problems, the sun still shines and the birds still sing. This would help you to be grateful for the positive feelings that nature bestows on us. Life would still have its share of difficulties, but when you are grateful, it becomes a lot easier. Nature teaches us balance and harmony, through gratitude.

Teaches you Gratitude

As you watch the butterflies or the tiny ladybugs, you find it easier to be grateful. Despite the problems, the sun still shines and the birds still sing. This would help you to be grateful for the positive feelings that nature bestows on us. Life would still have its share of difficulties, but when you are grateful, it becomes a lot easier. Nature teaches us balance and harmony, through gratitude.

Teaches you to be a Happiness Spreader

With so many issues today, it is easy to lose appreciation and happiness in life. Negative influences seem to take over, especially with so much technology. When you spend time with nature, it helps you to slow down and focus on the positive. This in turn would make you happy. When you are happy, it becomes easy to spread happiness to others. As a ‘happiness spreader’ you would become more confident and at ease with yourself.

Teaches You Appreciation of Simple Things in Life

Nature is ‘simplicity’. When you sit quietly to listen to the rustling of leaves or the trilling of insects, you realize the importance of simple things. You find it easier to be happy with simplicity rather than seeking happiness in expensive gadgets or toys. Running bare feet on the grass with a furry friend or watching ants carry food can elevate your mood instantly. Try it!

Teaches you Rules without Inhibition

When you interact with your friends in the natural world you can make your own games and rules. When you do so, you learn to solve your problems without anyone or anything holding you back. You learn to cooperate and work together, without fear of breaking any ‘structured’ rules.

In Conclusion:

The outdoors is a patient and skilled teacher. It provides us with unity of shared experiences. It teaches adults and kids that saving the environment is critical to our survival. As kids, while you learn so many things as an individual, there is also collective benefit in ‘knowing nature’. Say hello to nature and embrace it with your entire being!

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7 Character Traits Kids Can Learn from Nature

by | Feb 23, 2021 | Nature and Kids | 0 comments

Introduction:

Nature can teach kids important things such as being happy, staying healthy and calm. Being surrounded by birds, plants, trees, grass, and flowers can have beneficial effects on the mind and body. Even though the world is rushing today, it would be nice to make time for yourself to spend with nature. Let’s take you through some of the beautiful things that nature can teach you:

Teaches you to appreciate

There are so many patterns, colours, shapes, and textures in nature. When you make time, you will be able to appreciate it through observing all of these. You would also understand that as a human, it is your duty to protect nature. You would learn to be kind to animals, birds, and insects. Being with nature will urge you to gain skills that you need to care for the environment while appreciating all that it gives us.

Teaches you to Pay Close Attention

There is so much to see and experience in nature. While it is simple, there is also so much you may not understand. It is quiet and yet constantly busy. Everything seems to have its place and yet it might seem messy. It is these traits of nature that help you to understand how to stay calm and pay attention. Nature is peaceful. When you focus on this peace, it becomes easier to deal with things that might otherwise bother you. The timeless beauty of nature is sure to bring a smile to your face – if only you take the time to pay attention.

Teaches you to Focus

The beauty and calmness in nature would help you to focus on the present. This would ensure that past problems don’t bother you. You would find it easier to remain aware of what is around you without being distracted. This in turn would ensure that your mind is calm and your body too, would feel relaxed. With so many unique sounds, smells, and sights, Nature sure has a way of captivating your senses.

Teaches you Gratitude

As you watch the butterflies or the tiny ladybugs, you find it easier to be grateful. Despite the problems, the sun still shines and the birds still sing. This would help you to be grateful for the positive feelings that nature bestows on us. Life would still have its share of difficulties, but when you are grateful, it becomes a lot easier. Nature teaches us balance and harmony, through gratitude.

Teaches you Gratitude

As you watch the butterflies or the tiny ladybugs, you find it easier to be grateful. Despite the problems, the sun still shines and the birds still sing. This would help you to be grateful for the positive feelings that nature bestows on us. Life would still have its share of difficulties, but when you are grateful, it becomes a lot easier. Nature teaches us balance and harmony, through gratitude.

Teaches you to be a Happiness Spreader

With so many issues today, it is easy to lose appreciation and happiness in life. Negative influences seem to take over, especially with so much technology. When you spend time with nature, it helps you to slow down and focus on the positive. This in turn would make you happy. When you are happy, it becomes easy to spread happiness to others. As a ‘happiness spreader’ you would become more confident and at ease with yourself.

Teaches You Appreciation of Simple Things in Life

Nature is ‘simplicity’. When you sit quietly to listen to the rustling of leaves or the trilling of insects, you realize the importance of simple things. You find it easier to be happy with simplicity rather than seeking happiness in expensive gadgets or toys. Running bare feet on the grass with a furry friend or watching ants carry food can elevate your mood instantly. Try it!

Teaches you Rules without Inhibition

When you interact with your friends in the natural world you can make your own games and rules. When you do so, you learn to solve your problems without anyone or anything holding you back. You learn to cooperate and work together, without fear of breaking any ‘structured’ rules.

In Conclusion:

The outdoors is a patient and skilled teacher. It provides us with unity of shared experiences. It teaches adults and kids that saving the environment is critical to our survival. As kids, while you learn so many things as an individual, there is also collective benefit in ‘knowing nature’. Say hello to nature and embrace it with your entire being!

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