Love Outdoor Play is essentially a parenting blog. The majority of the issues that this blog covers are essentially about the levels of freedom parents give their children to play outdoors. It is the assertion of this blog that outdoor play is important for the mental and physical health of (young) people as well as … Continue reading
- Adventure Playgrounds
- Early Years
- Guest post
- Health and safety
- Nature play
- Outdoor play
- Play ideas
- Play map
- Play memories
- Project Wildthing
- Social action
- Spreading the word
- Stranger danger
- Street play
Top Posts & Pages
- RT @LondonNP: Join 120 others and back our project to make London a National Park City crowdfunder.co.uk/help-make-grea… #health #London http://t.co/z… 1 year ago
- RT @WildLondon: LAST CHANCE to vote to link #hackney & #walthamstow reserves with a greenway - pls vote & RT wildlondon.org.uk/wetland-to-wet… http:/… 2 years ago
- @outsidemagazine this was my breakfast... ow.ly/i/8Ewkw in a woodland 2 years ago
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Love Outdoor Play Manifesto
Having the freedom to play outdoors improves the well-being of children and their communities.
Together, we are building a visible community to support exploration, adventure and play.
Wherever you see a Love Outdoor Play sticker or symbol, you’ll find people who welcome play and are looking out for young people.
We’ve been given a Liebster Award!