Getting Comfortable With Risky Play | Resource Page
Thanks for taking part in this training.
We know that making changes to your early learning environment can be challenging and want to do everything we can to support your effort. Below are links to related resources you may find helpful.
You may also like this Play Environment Action Plan form we put together–it’s designed to help you meet goals you set for changing your play space.
If you have questions, comments, or need support, you can reach out below in the comments or contact Jeff privately.
Here are links with resources related to this training:
- Risk Quotes
- Handout | Early Learning Physical Risk Rating Matrix
- Handout | Ellen Sandseter’s 6 Categories Of Risky Play
- Handout | Joan Almon On Play
- Handout | Embracing Risk
- Forms | Early Learning Activity Benefit / Risk Assessment
- No Fear
- BOYS: Changing the Classroom, Not the Child
- Free-Range Kids: Giving Our Children the Freedom We Had Without Going Nuts with Worry
- Adventure: The Value Of Risk In Children’s Play
- Risk And Adventure In Early Years Outdoor Play
- I’M Ok! Building Resilience Through Physical Play
- It’s OK to Go Up the Slide: Renegade Rules for Raising Confident and Creative Kids
- The Blessing Of A Skinned Knee: Raising Self-Reliant Children
- 11 Benefits of Encouraging Risk Taking in Your Children
- The lost art of play: No resilience without risk, says researcher
- Outdoor play: when benefits outweigh the risks
- Why Do We Judge Parents For Putting Kids At Perceived — But Unreal — Risk?
- Let them climb!-Risk taking in early childhood
- Risky Play: Why Children Love It and Need It
- Parenting too protective for children’s development
- Risky play and skinned knees are key to healthy child development
- The danger of no danger
- 12 Ways to Help Your Child Take Risks
- Risk And Play | A Literature Review
- Why My Granddaughter Got Matches For Her 6th Birthday
- Risky outdoor play positively impacts children’s health, study suggests
- Helping Your Child Assess Risks Before Jumping In
- 4 Tips To Support Risk Taking
- Miscalculating Risk: Confusing Scary With Dangerous
- What is the Relationship between Risky Outdoor Play and Health in Children? A Systematic Review
- Categorising risky play—How can we identify risk-taking in children’s play?
Here are some general resources related to play:
- Handout | Gray’s Conditions Of Play
- Is It Real Play, Play-Like, Or Not Play?
- Handout | Bruce’s 12 Features Of Play
- Handout | Smilansky’s Types Of Play
- Handout | Parten’s Stages Of Play
Here are some links to resources at Playvolution HQ:
You’ll find more live and on-demand trainings at the links below: