Outdoor Active Play in Winter

It’s cold outside, but that doesn’t mean active play is limited to indoors. Outdoor active play supports healthy development all year long. There’s a lot to see and do.

Find ideas for outdoor active play in:

Need encouragement? Read How to overcome 5 common roadblocks that get in the way of winter play.

Concerned about risk? Read Outdoor Risky Play.

For even more ideas, safety tips, and a look at the benefits of this kind of play, read Outdoor Play in Winter.

Have fun outdoors!

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