Have you ever heard of Risky Play?

Not many people have but it is an important part of play! Ellen Sandseter defines Risky Play as “challenging and adventerous physical activity”
There are several different categories of Risky Play (see picture in comments).

One of the most important benefits of Risky Play is learning boundaries!

Do you allow your children to engage in Risky Play? What does this look like in your home?

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