Promote appropriate risk-taking in outdoor physical play

10 activities and experiences you could implement in the service to promote appropriate risk-taking in outdoor physical play for children aged 3–6 years of age.
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climb up on the slide. This activity encourages children to use their upper body strength to pull themselves up the slide. I encourage the children to pull up themselves without my help and praised them for being brave.

climb up on the slide. This activity encourages children to use their upper body strength to pull themselves up the slide. I encourage the children to pull up themselves without my help and praised them for being brave.

I encourage the child to climb on his own and praise him for being brave.

I encourage the child to climb on his own and praise him for being brave.

Walk on the bridge. This activity encourages children to crawl along the narrow board to reach other side.This activity started with me assisting children to walk the “bridge” and when child felt confident enough, I encouraged them to crawl without any help.I provided encouragement for children and praised them for their bravery.

Walk on the bridge. This activity encourages children to crawl along the narrow…

Children who had not experienced using a scooter before, I showed them how to ride on the scooter and encourage them to do it by themselves.

Children who had not experienced using a scooter before, I showed them how to ride on the scooter and encourage them to do it by themselves.

child spinning chair.

child spinning chair.

Tricycle Races. At the beginning of this activity children encouraged to ride tricycles on the flat and eventually they taken to sloping part of the path that has a curve. Children that feel more confident riding the tricycle encouraged to navigate slopes and curves and praised for their efforts. Following that children encouraged to ride the circle in the mock race were everyone praised as  a winner.

Tricycle Races. At the beginning of this activity children encouraged to ride tricycles on the flat and eventually they taken to sloping part of the path that has a curve. Children that feel more confident riding the tricycle encouraged to navigate slopes and curves and praised for their efforts. Following that children encouraged to ride the circle in the mock race were everyone praised as a winner.

encouraging the child to climb and crawl on his own.

encouraging the child to climb and crawl on his own.

wobbling airplane. I will encourage the child to sit on it independently and move around his body and make the airplane wobbling.

I will encourage the child to sit on it independently and move around his body and make the airplane wobbling.


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