Sat, Apr 22|
Why young children need risky play (and how to prioritize it)
Part 1/3 of our RISKY PLAY FOR EVERY YOUNG CHILD SERIES!
Time & Location
Apr 22, 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM PDT
About the Event
Risky play in the great outdoors for children is not only fun for them, but also key to their healthy development. In this interactive webinar, learn why risky play is important for preschoolers, see examples of what healthy risky outdoor play can look like, and get over five strategies for supporting it in your early childhood setting. Come away with more ways to say “yes” to risk!
This is a 1.5 hour training and is offered on a sliding scale, with a recommended cost of $30 USD. Please email email@example.com for group discounts.
CERTIFICATES PROVIDED | RECORDINGS AVAILABLE | WA STARS HOURS AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST
About the facilitator
Rachel J. Franz (she/her) is the former Director of Education and founding Lead Teacher of an all-outdoor preschool in Seattle-area public parks. She currently is an Early Childhood Consultant and Trainer at Twig & Thread Consulting and the Education Manager for Fairplay. She holds an M.Ed. in Early Childhood Education and is focused on helping families navigate media and consumerism in positive, healthy ways. Rachel is also a board member of the Washington Nature Preschool Association. She lives in Seattle and can be found, unsurprisingly, outdoors.
NOTE: This workshop requires 10 live participants in order to run live. In the event that registration will be under 10 people, we will notify you and offer you an opportunity for a refund or to receive the recording.
Pay what you want
Includes workshop attendance, recording, and all materials. Offered on a sliding scale, with a recommended $30/workshop contribution.
Pay what you want