Having enjoyed collaborating on our first loose parts play post last month, bi-coastal photos continue to be shared within the Children’s Outdoor Environments Professional Practice Network (PPN) leadership team. As the weather improves and we head swiftly towards summer, here is hoping that we see many more children (and those of us who are still children at heart) having lots of unstructured and creative fun with loose parts play. Enjoy this second photo series and please consider how loose parts play opportunities can be safely programmed into your projects.
Please note: loose parts play with small parts is not appropriate for children under age 3.
For more photos of loose parts play, see the PPN’s previous post for The Field.
This post is by ASLA’s Children’s Outdoor Environments Professional Practice Network (PPN) leadership team.