Naturalized Outdoor Play Areas at Schools to Support Physical Activity and Health – A Rapid Review

Category
Equity, Diversity & Inclusion, Health, Wellbeing & Development, Loose Parts Play, Ontario, Outdoor Play Environments, Policy, Position Statement on Active Outdoor Play, Practice, Professional Development
Tags
Position Statement on Active Outdoor Play, State of the Sector Report
About This Project

Naturalized Outdoor Play Areas at Schools to Support Physical Activity and Health – A Rapid Review, by Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit, was conducted to raise awareness, inform, and shape school ground greening plans, policies and related initiatives. Topics in this review include diversity and quality of play, age and gender variations, interest, ability and inclusiveness, sedentary behaviour, and physical literacy. This review was informed by the Position Statement on Active Outdoor Play.

Check out the highlights report here, or the full review here.