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We?re OK with Risky Play! Activities Book

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We?re OK with Risky Play! Activities Book

Code
499680
With advice on best practice for managing risk safely, this book will help you to embrace the potential learning possibilities, both indoors and outside. These sections cover topics ranging from kitchen and campfire activities, using tools and equipment, physical challenges, expedition ideas and many more. With advice on best practice for managing risk safely, this book will help you to embrace the potential learning possibilities, both indoors and outside. Along with clear and supportive guidance, the book contains 50 exciting activities in four sections: creating, experimenting, exploring and experiencing. These sections cover topics ranging from kitchen and campfire activities, using tools and equipment, physical challenges, expedition ideas and many more.65 pages. Paperback. Measures 24 H x 29cm W.
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Book # Pages 65
Height 24 cm
Width 29 cm
Includes Includes: Along with clear and supportive guidance, the book contains 50 exciting activities in four sections: creating, experimenting, exploring and experiencing.
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