The Canadian Public Health Association recently released a toolkit composed of infographics, research summaries, decision-making tools, promising practices, and a discussion document. The toolkit provides excellent resources and information on the importance of unstructured play, how to develop policy to facilitate play within schools and communities, and current research in the field of risky play. Explore all the toolkit has to offer here!
CPHA simultaneously released the Children’s Unstructured Play Position Statement which can be found here.
This project was part of the Lawson Foundation’s Outdoor Play Strategy 1.0 projects.