Loose parts create richer environments for children to play, giving them the resources they need to do what they need to do.

Loose parts aren’t prescriptive and offer limitless possibilities. A Stick, for example, may become a fishing rod, a tool to nudge a football that is stuck in a tree; it can be thrown, floated, snapped, pinged, bent, hidden, added to a pile, burnt, tied to something else, split, catapulted or discarded

Loose Parts can create exciting play opportunities in the most baron of spaces.

We can provide Loose Parts Play for your establishment, or we can help you set it up and help you train staff in loose parts play theory.

Contact Jackie@outletplayresource.co.uk for more information


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