In 2015, kids ages 5-16 were averaging 6.5 hours screen time a day. Thus, a typical teen can expect to spend upwards 3 months a year staring at a screen.
— Childwise
Kids spend less time outside than prisoners
— Percils Dirt is Good

That’s less than one hour a day.

3 in 4 kids spend less than 60 minutes playing outside each day.

1 in 5 kids don’t play outside at all on a typical day.

Richard Louv, author of Last Child in the Woods, defines the phenomenon as “nature deficit disorder”. Experts agree that unstructured play and physical activity are key to a happy, healthy childhood. But today’s kids are spending less time outdoors due to a combination of parental fear, lack of access to green space, mountains of homework, and rising screen time.