Creating a Nature Play Space Workshops

Nature Play Space workshops will provide you with the tools to transform your outdoor play space to a nature play space at your school, educational centre, park or community space, or for your own business.  They're aimed at grown-ups from schools, kindergartens or daycare centres, local government, community organisations and community activists, landscape architectures and more!

 

 

Workshop 25 October

LOOSE PARTS NATURE PLAY WORKSHOP

Hands on fun and learning about the benefits of loose parts nature play

WHAT YOU WILL GET OUT OF THIS WORKSHOP:

  • You will learn about the benefits of ‘loose parts nature playing’ to children and how you can facilitate this valuable type of play in your centre, school or neighbourhood park.
  • You will experience the fun of playing with loose parts and discuss the issues around finding, using and maintaining material.       

 

WHO SHOULD ATTEND:

People who would like to start facilitating nature based loose parts play for children in their neighbourhood, workplace, centre or school including:

Local Government Officers in parks and reserve management, Outdoor Recreation Officers, Local Government and Private play space designers and landscape architects, Early Childhood Educators, Child Care Centre Coordinators, Kindergarten Coordinators, School Principals and Teachers, School Grounds and Maintenance Officers, Bush Care Volunteers, Other Supportive Community Organisations.

 

When:  Thursday 25th October

             9am to 3:30pm

Where: Palmetum & Tumbetin Tea Rooms

             565 University Rd,

             Annandale, QLD 4818

Cost:     $200 pp (inc GST)

              Morning Tea & Lunch Provided (nominate diet requirements upon registration)

Places:  20

Bring:    Hat. Sun screen, water and wear clothes for play      

 

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