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Risk and childrens play and learning.

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D6 &C1 In an adventure Park children aged 5 to 7 years are able to take many risks and set themselves challenges. An example of a play activity that could be a risk and challenge in park could be a child climbing on a climbing frame the child is setting themselves a challenge by doing the activity and the risk is them falling off the climbing frame and hurting themselves. There could be many ways of climbing the frame for example a rope, ladder or even stairs. ...read more.


This activity is a good way for children to test their physical abilities and develop their gross motor skills. In the classroom children can challenge themselves by trying to cut out a big picture, the challenge is whether or not they are able to cut out the picture and the risk is whether or not they are able to cut out the picture safely without hurting themselves. The resources needed to this activity would be the scissors and the picture that the children are to cut out the reason why we have to be a big picture is because of the age range which is 5 to 7 years of age. ...read more.


The challenge is whether or not they are able to jump from one end of the bed to the other and the risk is the danger of falling off the bed and hurting themselves. The age range of this activity is normally 5 to 10 years of age. The child is challenging themselves by testing whether or not they fall off the bed and the re-sources needed for this activity would be the bed itself. This activity is continually being tested at home by children and nursery rhymes have also been put into place in order to stop children from carrying out this challenge of perception. ...read more.

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