Professor Helen Dodd posted this in Children’s play, health and wellbeing on 02/03/2021 Adventurous play gives an opportunity for children to learn about uncertainty, fear, arousal, and coping. In this blog Professor Helen…
How Unstructured Play Helps Children’s Development and Well-being
Unstructured play is the best type of play for small children because your child gets to explore their imaginative abilities.
Where do the Children Play? Designing Child – Friendly Compact Cities
We are very happy to share with you this book by Natalia Krysiak, Australian architect. The publication was produced as part of the 2017 David Lindner Research Grant…
Ideas to Set Up Your Backyard for Unstructured Play
Outdoor playtime for your kids is beneficial in many ways. Use the following ideas to give your children the best outdoor experience.