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Outdoor Play, Every Day- a great book on healthy risk taking and more !

Outdoor Play, Every Day- a great book on healthy risk taking and more !

The Stick Book: Loads of Things You Can Make or Do with  a Stick by Fiona Danks http://www.amazon.com/dp/0711232415/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_Emlzvb10Y5P8E

The Stick Book: Loads of Things You Can Make or Do with a Stick by Fiona Danks http://www.amazon.com/dp/0711232415/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_Emlzvb10Y5P8E

Now in its third edition, Outdoor Learning in the Early Years is the complete guide to creating effective outdoor environments for young children’s learning. Comprehensively revised and updated throughout, this book covers every aspect of working…

Playing and Learning Outdoors: Making provision for high quality experiences in the outdoor environment with children 3-7: Amazon.co.uk: Jan White: 9780415623155: Books

Playing and Learning Outdoors: Making provision for high quality experiences in the outdoor environment with children 3-7: Amazon.co.uk: Jan White: 9780415623155: Books

Forest School and Outdoor Learning in the Early Years by ... http://www.amazon.com/dp/144625531X/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_SiInxb0QKPWHR

Forest School and Outdoor Learning in the Early Years by ... http://www.amazon.com/dp/144625531X/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_SiInxb0QKPWHR

Jenny Doyle and Katherine Milchem (2012) Developing a Forest School in early years provision: a practical handbook on how to develop a Forest School in any early years setting (London: Practical Pre-School Books)

Jenny Doyle and Katherine Milchem (2012) Developing a Forest School in early years provision: a practical handbook on how to develop a Forest School in any early years setting (London: Practical Pre-School Books)

Purchase a book  on Playing Outdoors: Spaces and Places, Risks and Challenge

Purchase a book on Playing Outdoors: Spaces and Places, Risks and Challenge

A new literature review suggests that unsupervised play fosters resilient kids. "We use the word “risk” in the context of risky play to denote a situation whereby a child can recognize and evaluate a challenge and decide on a course of action." Science to Parents: Let Your Kids Run a Little Wild

A new literature review suggests that unsupervised play fosters resilient kids. "We use the word “risk” in the context of risky play to denote a situation whereby a child can recognize and evaluate a challenge and decide on a course of action." Science to Parents: Let Your Kids Run a Little Wild

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