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Outdoor Play can combine elements of Risky Play, Active Play and Nature Play. Research shows that kids are the most active (Active Play) when engaged in Outdoor Play in nature settings (Nature Play). These settings provide for more opportunities for Risky Play. Risky Play provides developmentally and age-appropriate opportunities for kids to test their limits.
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