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Real activities, vs. virtual (un)reality

There is no comparison between a walk in nature and watching the same on a screen. There is no reality in the virtual world. Especially for children, it is essential to experience as much as possible of our real world, through playing, and later through meaningful interaction with the world, in making things and experiencing real phenomena, especially in nature. However, our digital world gives the false impression that we have connected to something, which was only a picture on a screen. This superficiality especially affects children, who can only develop a meaningful connection to their world on the basis of real experiences.