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Young children have the right to inhabit optimal early childhood outdoor environments. Optimal outdoor environments have the potential or power to promote and sustain meaningful relationships. Bullard’s  (2010)  book Creative Environments for Learning uses the term ‘optimal’ when describing outdoor […]

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