Fb2 Playgrounds: The Planning, Design and Construction of Play Environments ePub
by John Holborn,Peter Heseltine
|Author:||John Holborn,Peter Heseltine|
|Publisher:||Nichols Publishing Company (July 1, 1987)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1913 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1580 kb|
|Digital formats:||mobi lrf mbr rtf|
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Play is a universal process, most evident in the young P. Heseltine and J. Holborn, (1987) Playgrounds: the Planning, Design and Construction of Play Environments, Batsford.
Play is a universal process, most evident in the young. Like the processes of eating, sleeping and procreation, play is easily recognised, but not well understood. P. R. Higman (1988) ‘Traffic Calming’, Bulletin of Environmental Education: BEE 199/200. W. V. Hole and A. Miller (1966) Children’s Play on Housing Estates: a summary of two . studies, Ministry of Technology Design Series 4. oogle Scholar. C. Marcus (1974) ‘Children’s Play Behaviour in a Low Rise.
Playgrounds : the planning, design and construction of play environments. Playground management and safety. Peter Heseltine, John Holborn, Jean de Wenger. Peter Heseltine, John Holborn.
Personal Name: Heseltine, Peter. Publication, Distribution, et. New York Bibliography: p. 189-199. Personal Name: Holborn, John. Rubrics: Play Playgrounds Planning Equipment and supplies. Download now Playgrounds : the planning, design and construction of play environments Peter Heseltine and John Holborn. Download PDF book format. Download DOC book format.
Peter Heseltine and John Holborn, coauthors of Playgrounds: The Planning, Design and . For background, Heseltine and Holborn briefly trace the theories of play from Plato and Aristotle through Jean-Jacques Rousseau and Friedrich Froebel and up to Sigmund Freud and Jean Piaget.
Peter Heseltine and John Holborn, coauthors of Playgrounds: The Planning, Design and Construction of Play Environments, re-examine how children relate to their environment and focus on the developmental needs of children as they learn and grow through play. Their primary focus is on Piaget's definition of play that involves the process of assimilating and accommodating an environment, a process that develops a child's intellect.
This comprehensive and highly-illustrated guide to playground planning develops fundamental principles applicable to the design of playgrounds and draws together a. .by Peter Heseltine and John Holborn. Select Format: Hardcover.
This comprehensive and highly-illustrated guide to playground planning develops fundamental principles applicable to the design of playgrounds and draws together .
Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required. Peter Heseltine has worked in children's play for 40 years and in aspects of playgrounds for 30 years, lecturing and visiting playgrounds worldwide.
Ashgate: Aldershot, UK, 2001. Planning, Design and Construction of Play.
Play was an adult activity among the. upper classes with ample leisure time. century, the public play yard was designed in response. to a lack of open space in urban settings depriving city. children of physical activity outdoors. Ashgate: Aldershot, UK, 2001. Heseltine, P. and Holborn, J. Playgrounds: The. London: Mitchell, 1987.
Playgrounds: The Planning and Construction of Play Environments. Play for All Guidelines: Planning, Design and Management of Outdoor Play Settings For All Children. Berkeley: MIG Communications. 1983) Handbook of Child Psychology. United States of America: John Wiley & Sons. Mott, . Rolfe, . James, . Evans, . Kemp, . Durstan, . & Silbert, J. (1997) Safety of surfaces and equipment for children in playgrounds.
A playground, playpark, or play area is a place specifically designed to enable children to play there. It is typically outdoors. While a playground is usually designed for children, some target other age groups or people with disabilities.