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  • Finally! A safety suit to protect children

    A safety suit that will protect your child from bumps and bruises has finally been created. But before parents rush out to buy one, this eye-catching outfit is actually part the campaign against 'cotton wool culture' - the need to over-protect...

  • Give childhood back to children

    If we want our offspring to have happy, productive and moral lives, we must allow more time for play, not less.The most important skills that children everywhere must learn in order to live happy, productive, moral lives are skills that cannot be...

  • Why kids who play outside develop better life skills

    WHAT does it take to get kids away from their screens and outside playing in their backyards? For many parents and educators this is becoming more and more difficult to achieve with the younger generations of today lost in a world of technology. With...

  • Dialing Into the Outdoors Through Mobile Game Apps

    "I like to play indoors better 'cause that's where all the electrical outlets are." - Paul, fourth grader. Gamers gotta game. It might seem like an awkward marriage, but one professor thinks it's one that could work out: Can game apps get kids out of...

  • Kids need outdoor play

    As children gear up to participate in sports leagues and camps this summer, experts say it's important to ensure time is also devoted for youngsters to enjoy less structured outdoor, activeplay. We need to let (children) go play in the sandpit and run...

  • The Land

    The Land is a forthcoming documentary film about the nature of play, risk and hazard. Set in The Land, a Welsh "adventure” playground. At The Land children climb trees, light fires and use hammers and nails in a play-space rooted in the belief that...

  • Outdoor Experiences Help Develop Leadership Skills

    It turns out that girls who spend time outdoors regularly surpass their peers who spend less time outdoors in environmental stewardship, readily seek more challenges and are better problem-solvers – all critical leadership skills – says a new study....

  • Outdoor Education: Children develop sensory integration skills

    The idea was to target the source of children's sensory integration problems, not react to them. Playing and moving outdoors is critical to a child's development. Simply playing in the mud and catching frogs, for example, develops strong sensory...

  • Natural-terrain schoolyards reduce children’s stress

    Playing in schoolyards that feature natural habitats and trees and not just asphalt and recreation equipment reduces children’s stress and inattention. Schools are where children spend a major part of their life hours, so it’s an important place to...


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