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Children with access to unsupervised outdoor play opportunities have more developed motor skills, social behavior, independence, and conflict resolution skills than children without access to these opportunities.

 Marco Hüttenmoser. (1995). Children and their living surroundings: Empirical investigation into the significance of living surroundings for the everyday life and development of children. Children’s Environments, 12, 403–413.


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