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Natural playscapes and the benefits of risky play

Natural playscapes and the benefits of risky play

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August 14, 2018 | Ron Spreeuwenberg
What can parents and educators do at home and in classrooms to promote more risky play?


Episode #109: Rusty Keeler is a play space designer who has worked over the past 20 years with hundreds of community, school, parks, university, and child care leaders to dream, design, and construct beautiful outdoor environments for children. He has worked in more than 30 states and throughout Canada, Europe, China, Australia, and New Zealand. He is one of the pioneers in the movement to reconnect children to nature, and his designs reflect his sincere desire to create a more beautiful world in which to grow and explore.

Resources in this episode:

- Find out more about Rusty's latest book here




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