Children missing out on adventurous outdoor play – study

Nicole Weinstein
Wednesday, April 21, 2021

Primary school children in the UK are not engaging in outdoor adventurous play or playing outdoors freely in the same way as their parents’ generation, according to new research around children’s play.

Climbing trees - an example of adventurous play - benefits well-being and may help prevent anxiety in some children
Climbing trees - an example of adventurous play - benefits well-being and may help prevent anxiety in some children

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