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Children go about their playful desires, in their immediate environments spontaneously. Learning to look, touch, hear, and feel are the primary objectives of these early lessons in the playground, and it is a skill that is associated with all future learning and one that can last a lifetime. Playgrounds also offer a developmentally appropriate environment in which children are given opportunities to make choices, pursue their own questions and concerns, connect what is known to the unknown, and be successful as they explore and discover through play, informal learning activities, and projects.
- Masters Theses