Winter 2019 eNEWS – Outdoor Play Intervention Program Application, Architecture & Child Development, State Funded Pre-K Request for Proposals, and “Growing Up Wild!” Workshop


Application Now Open!
Outdoor Play Interventions Program Year 3

We are excited to announce that we will be offering a third year of our Outdoor Play Interventions Program, a strategy to aid in the development of low-cost, high-value, simple design interventions for outdoor spaces utilizing architectural design, LISC technical assistance, fundraising, and volunteer coordination. Applications are now officially open!

Interventions could include the addition of unique sand and water play, art elements, loose parts play, natural elements, or simple cosmetic changes to the space. The program will also focus on strategic space planning to promote increased and enhanced interaction between children, children and their teachers, and children and their physical environment. As a participant in this program you will receive, at no cost to your center, a conceptual design plan and up to $5,000 to implement small scale strategies on your play space.

Are you interested in participating in this project, but want to learn more? Click this button for additional information and to download the application:

 

 

In This Issue
    • What Does Architecture Have to do with Child Development Anyway? 
    • News from our Partners: State-Funded Pre-K Request for Proposals is Now Open!
    • Workshop Opportunity: Growing Up WILD! Exploring Nature with Young Children

 

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