Benefits for Children of Play in Nature By Randy White. The children's play gardens (naturalized playgrounds) that our company designs for clients emphasize a rich natural environment as the play setting and nature as the play element. Our designs are based upon an extensive body of research and literature on: the significant benefits for children of regular play experiences in nature.
Photo: Diamond Harbour School. 2. Provide opportunities for social connections Many authors highlight the importance of children and young people socialising and having fun when connecting with nature. Young children naturally engage in learning about the environment through informal, spontaneous, unrestricted play with others.2 For older children, the chance to socialise and build friendships.
My premise for this essay is that a fine art photograph, created by an artist with the goal of expressing himself or herself, is a representation of this artist’s view of reality - a representation of this artist’s vision - and not a representation of the world as others may see it. This can be a blessing or a crime, depending on your opinion regarding this matter. Eventually, this is a.
This photo essay depicts the medical hardships in a small rural town in Colorado called Kremling. For 23 days, Smith shadowed Dr. Ernest Ceriani, witnessing the dramatic life of the small town and capturing the woeful crisis of the region. The picture in this photographic essay was photographed by Smith himself for Life magazine in 1948 but remained as fascinating as it was posted weeks ago.
Rauf Salem, a volunteer, instructs children on the right way to wash their hands, in Sana'a, Yemen. Simple measures, such as maintaining physical distance, washing hands frequently and wearing a.
Nature photography provides kids with some invaluable health benefits, too. For years, researchers have rolled out study after study showing how beneficial time spent in nature is for childhood.
This photo essay seeks to capture the full breadth of man’s dealings with the planet and to explain the perspectives behind our decisions to either work hand-in-hand with our natural resources or, perhaps, to carelessly decimate their abundance in misguided attempts to better ourselves. It will accomplish this task by analyzing multiple social, political, economic, and aesthetic standpoints.
Nature is an essay written by Ralph Waldo Emerson, and published by James Munroe and Company in 1836. In the essay Emerson put forth the foundation of transcendentalism, a belief system that espouses a non-traditional appreciation of nature. Transcendentalism suggests that the divine, or God, suffuses nature, and suggests that reality can be understood by studying nature.