Nature Play at Home

Creating Outdoor Spaces that Connect Children with the Natural World
by Nancy Striniste

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“A magnificent resource for transforming backyards into stimulating environments which enhance children’s creativity, learning, and fun.” —Richard Louv, author of Last Child in the WoodsThe Nature Principle, and Vitamin N

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Published By Timber Press

Format Paperback

Category

Number Of Pages 288

Publication Date 04/02/2019

ISBN 9781604698251

Dimensions 9 inches x 8 inches


“With Striniste’s guidance, natural playscapes can awaken the senses, challenge bodies, inspire imagination, build confidence, and create comfort for all ages. Nature Play at Home is sure to Inspire readers to take action in their backyards and encourage creative play in nature for years to come.” Booklist

“A magnificent resource for transforming backyards into stimulating environments which enhance children’s creativity, learning, and fun.” —Richard Louv, author of Last Child in the Woods, The Nature Principle, and Vitamin N

“A remarkable treasure trove of ideas, with close-ups of nature play elements that real children want to play on. What a gift to children, parents, and designers.” —David Sobel, author of Place-Based Education, Childhood and Nature, Beyond Ecophobia, and Wild Play

“Hard to put down. Expert guidance laced with luscious images of beautiful natural places for children, plus explanations of why and how we should be building them.” —Ginny Sullivan, coauthor of Lens on Outdoor Learning 

“This makes creating nature play spaces accessible to anyone.  It offers ways to tease the senses and nurture the soul, and open the mind to endless possibilities.” —Margo Sipes, Executive Director of Downtown Baltimore Child Care

“Innovative ideas and step-by-step illustrated projects … A wonderful book for families and caregivers.” —Redlands Daily Facts

“Reading this book just might send you out to the natural spaces that nourish us, reinvigorate us, soothe us, and open worlds to us.” ­Washington Gardener

“Jam-packed with ideas… that will attract the curiosity of children and engage their imagination.” —Landscape Architecture Magazine