Creating a Risk and Play philosophy is creating confidence that it is acceptable
for children to explore and undertake slightly risky behaviour, in order to
learn and grow.
Have you ever wanted to know how to:
- Support children in risky play
- Link risky play philosophies to your educational objectives
- Plan and create your own outdoor activities that incorporate risky play
FIRST OF ALL LET ME SAY THAT, IF YOU ARE HERE,
YOU ARE ON THE RIGHT TRACK!
Hi, I’m Lukas Ritson. I am The Outdoor Educator; a sustainability educator, a small business owner and the founder of Wearthy, previously Own Grown Organics. More importantly, I am passionate about the outdoors, community sustainability, children’s development, permaculture and good quality, chemical free play environments. If I’m not creating natural learning environments, you will find me teaching educators on all aspects of sustainability and risky play.
I am committed to helping you achieve your goals and desired outcomes for the children and the change we all want to see in education.
In my e-book, I show you exactly:
- What risk and play is
- How to overcome the limiting mindset and doubt surrounding the ‘idea’ of risk and play
- And above all, the benefits to the children
Risk & Play is just the beginning! I have various other E-courses where you can learn all about Gardening, Sustainability and Nature Play. Once you sign up, make sure you join our Facebook group as we keep you accountable and updated at www.facebook.com/groups/theoutdooreducator
YOU CAN DOWNLOAD IT HERE
It is my goal to contribute to the future. To create the leaders of tomorrow. If we as educators, can create the passion for sustainability now, we enable the children to take it into their homes and have a positive influence toward embedding sustainability into their lives. We get to create the leaders of tomorrow, and our own future.