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02-12-2019

Dyma grynodeb o’r erthyglau a’r blogiau diweddaraf sy’n ymwneud â chwarae i gael eu cyhoeddi ar-lein.

Putting children at the heart of urban planning: a call for action
Rethinking Childhood (Tim Gill, Adrian Voce, Darell Hammond a Mariana Brussoni)
Yn ôl Gill, Voce, Hammond a Brussoni, wrth rhoi plant wrth galon cynllunio trefol, bydd hyn yn annog plant i fynd allan i chwarae. Mae’r awduron yn archwilio beth sydd angen ei wneud i’n cymdogaethau er mwyn gwneud yn gyfeillgar tuag at blant, a fydd yn helpu tuag at iechyd a datbygliad plant.

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Outdoor learning helps children build ‘invaluable life skills’
Independent Education Today
Yn 2018 adroddodd Project Dirt a Learning Through Landscapes bod 81 y cant o athrawon y DU eisiau mwy o amser i fynd tu allan gyda’r plant i ddysgu. Yn yr erthygl hon, mae Alex Alves, arweinydd ysgol coedwig yn egluro pwysigrwydd dysgu a chwarae tu allan i blant i dyfu a datblygu.

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Convention on the rights of the child: Two-thirds of young peple ‘Have never heard of act’
Children & Young People Now (Fiona Simpson)
Mae arolwg newydd a gynhaliwyd gan The Children’s Society yn dangos bod dwy draean o bobl ifanc yng Nghymru, Lloegr, a’r Alban heb glywed am Gonfensiwn y Cenhedloedd Unedig ar Hawliau’r Plentyn (CCUHP). Dywed Louise King, cyfarwyddwr Children’s Rights Alliance for England bod yr ymchwil wedi arwain at alw am fwy o wersi ysgol am hawliau plant.

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Stop helicoptering other people’s kids
New York Post (Karol Markowicz)

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Should I let my kid climb trees? We asked five experts
The Conversation (Sasha Petrova)

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Fight for your right to play
Active for Life (Coach Jim)

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‘We’re cosseting our kids’ – the war against today’s dangerously dull playgrounds
The Guardian (Oliver Wainwright)

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Talking Play and Imagination with Peter Gray
Resilience (Rob Hopkins)

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Could the Recent Decline in Children’s Reading Skills Be Due to the Decline in free Play?
Let Grow (Let Grow a Barbara Chutroo)

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Writing and reading starts with children’s hands-on play
The Conversation (Hetty Roessingh)

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Australians believe children should play more – just not during school hours
The Sydney Morning Herald (Natassia Chrysanthos)

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Outdoor play all year round
National Day Nurseries Association (Sue Asquith)

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The Chinese educational revolution with outdoor play as its beating heart
Rethinking Childhoods

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Children learn through play – shouldn’t stop at preschool
The Conversation (Kate Noble)

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Early years leaders support calls to recruit more men to sector
Children & Young People Now (Nina Jacobs)

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Children in childcare are not getting enough moderate to vigorous intensity physical activity
The Conversation (Trish Tucker and Leigh Vanderloo)

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Focus: The PM and Speaker of the House officially opened a playground on Parliament’s front lawn today
New Zealand Herald

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Children ‘benefit from mixed-age play’
Child in the City (Simon Weedy)

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