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Play with Rainwater and Sustainable Drainage Play England PDF icon PlayRainwateSustainableDrainage.pdf
How Young People are Fairing '10 Foundation for Young Australians PDF icon How Young People are Fairing
Enabling Play: Insider accounts of disabled children's playworlds in accessible playgrounds Jenene Burke University of Ballarat

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The Unhealthy State of Play John Evans Deakin University PDF icon The Unhealthy State of Play John Evans.pdf
Stemming the Decline in Playground Activity Prue Walsh - Play Environment Consulting PDF icon Stemming the Decline in Playground Activity, Prue Walsh.pdf
Liberty on the Swings - powerpoint presentation Jenene Burke University of Ballarat PDF icon Powerpoint Presentation - Liberty on the swings
Play in schools; Problems and prospects John Evans Deakin University PDF icon John Evans paper to the 2001 AGM Play in Schools, Problems and Prospects
Changes to (primary) school recess and their effect on children’s physical activity: An Australian Perspective John Evans Deakin University PDF icon John Evans papar re recess and physical activity
Beyong Blue to Green: the benefits of contact with nature for mental health and well being Mardie Townsend - Deakin University PDF icon Beyond Blue to Green, Mardie Townsend.pdf
Play in Schools and Integrated Settings: a position statement Play England PDF icon Play in Schools and Integrated settings
Manual for Streets in England and Wales Department of Transport PDF icon Manual for Streets, in England and Wales.pdf
Global 'Age-Friendly' Cities - a Guide World Health Organization PDF icon Global Age Friendly Cities, World Health Organization.pdf
Ten Ways to Restrict Children’s Freedom to Play: the problem of surplus safety Contemporary Issues in Early Childhood: Volume 11 Number 3 2010 PDF icon 10 ways to restrict childrens access to play.pdf
Crisis in the Kindergarten: Why children need to play in school Alliance for Children PDF icon Crisis in the Kindergarten Why Children Need to Play in School
Children With Attention Deficits Concentrate Better After Walk in the Park Journal of Attention Disorders OnlineFirst, published on August 25, 2008 PDF icon Children with Attention Deficits survive Better after a Walk in the Park