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Play Carmarthenshire

'The right to play is the child’s first claim on the community. Play is nature’s training for life. No community can infringe that right without doing deep and enduring harm to the minds and bodies of its citizens.' - David Lloyd George, 1928

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The Carmarthenshire Play Team can support you in a variety of ways:
  • Play training each term available to all (including non registered settings)
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  • Creating playful environments
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  • Letters of support for funding applications

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Every Child Wales

Every Child Wales from Public Health Wales and the importance of outdoor play for children in the Early Years:

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Playful ideas for family walks
Family walks

Active children are happy children – they like to be running around and having fun. Bodies were not designed to sit down all of the time – they need to walk, jump, run and move.

Getting active is great for adults too; the more active you are, the better you’ll feel – both now and in years to come.  When children see you joining in and having fun in the different activities, it’ll encourage them to be active too.

An excellent way of getting children more active is allowing them plenty of time and space for play. Playing is essential for children’s health and well being. Why not include some fun and playful games during your next family walk that will get the children more active and make it an enjoyable experience for everyone.

pdf document Download the Playful Walks booklet and use it on your next family walk.

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