“I love going outside because it is fun when we run”.
“I like the adventure because it was fun”,
“I enjoyed the most playing with my friends”.
“It’s good outside when its summer I will go outdoors”,
“The weather does not stop you even if it is raining it still doesn’t stop you going to the nature”.
Bento & Dias (2017), present the benefits of outdoor play in the following three categories: the importance of risk, contact with the natural elements and socialisation opportunities. They stress the benefit of outdoor play in relation with the child’s physical development, engaging in physical activity and experiencing the natural elements.The students in the current action research project have mentioned the element of adventurous play, a notion that probably includes taking risks and being challenged. According to Little, Wyver & Gibson (2011), risky play might be defined as play that provides opportunities for challenge, testing limits, exploring boundaries, and learning about injury-risk (Ball 2002; Little and Wyver 2008)