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Julia Cadieux
  • Delmar, NY
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PCI Certified Parent Coach®
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I am an educator and parent coach, but my most important work is raising my children. My passion is to support families to connect more meaningfully with each other and with the natural world.
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http://https://thesupportedparent.wordpress.com
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Julia Cadieux's Blog

Hooray For Dirt!

For generations, parents have understood that playing outdoors is good for kids. Grandparents know that fresh air is good for a fussy baby. There’s even folk wisdom that says every person should eat a peck of dirt before they die! Science is now catching up with common sense as study after study shows just how beneficial nature is for us physically, cognitively, emotionally, and spiritually. It is worth taking a closer look at that peck of dirt…

The book…

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Posted on April 2, 2015 at 9:39am

101 Ways to Get Kids Outside & Spark a Love of Nature

I compiled this list based on all the activities and playing I've done with my two kids over the past six years. Most of these are easy and free ways to be outside and have fun!

https://thesupportedparent.wordpress.com/2015/04/01/101-ways-to-get-kids-outside-spark-a-love-of-nature/…

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Posted on April 2, 2015 at 8:00am

The Green Hour

The more I learn about the vital necessity of allowing children daily, unrestricted playtime outside for their whole health, the more I want to make it a routine part of our lives. 

Have you heard of The Green Hour? The National Wildlife Federation recommends spending one hour outside each day for our holistic health. 



I just took the Pledge to be Out There which says I'll make getting outside a priority for my family.



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Posted on February 2, 2015 at 7:00pm

A Story About Urban Renewal to Capture the Imaginations of Children.

Our family loves the book, The Curious Garden, by Peter Brown. 

http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/curious-garden-peter-brown/1100831269?ean=9780316015479

Brown tells the story of a boy living in a city without greenery where people spend all their time indoors. The hero of the story, Liam, loves being outside despite the dreariness of his…

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