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WHAT'S INSIDE SPRING 2023
VOLUME 3, Issue 1, spring 2023
the outdoors: a space to grow
children find place and meaning within their natural environment
open up the umbrella
the power of nature to promote learning
Other articles featured in this issue
Reasons to Celebrate Spring
The Transformative Power of School Community Food Forest
Reawakening Deep Nature Connection While Rediscovering Play
The Power of Connection
And other FUN CONTENT:
Fun Spring Reading
Ask the Educator
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I always experience joy when I receive my copy of Play Outdoors. It is fresh, and has depth. I love the contributing writers’ expertise, and information, but most of all their passion for children’s experiences in nature. It is a seasonal delight!
[The Play Outdoors magazine] is really beautiful with so many interesting articles. Don’t think me silly but I got emotional as I held it in my hand to read. It is such a treasure. You do so much wonderful work.
I like the variety of voices: academics, scholars, community members, educators; each voice has a unique offering, and each speaks passionately about outdoor play. I also appreciate the tangible ideas of how to bring more outdoor play to our unique contexts, no matter the
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We firmly believe that early childhood education is strengthened from engaging nature play, outdoor play and water play.
Reflect on Practice
The Play Outdoors Magazine: Exploring Outdoor Experiences in the Early Years was launched in March 2021.
The publication is devoted to sharing articles and ideas about the importance of outdoor play in the lives of children, from a variety of perspectives and writers.
Children who have exposure to nature and unique outdoor play experiences across the seasons have opportunities to connect with nature and thrive in their development in many ways.
This magazine is intended to be a resource for adults who influence children’s experiences, play, and learning.