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Love Outdoor Play – could you be a supporter?

August 26, 2010

A creative commons logo. Just ask if you want to sell it or put it on something you are going to make money from!

Ahead of its launch, the Love Outdoor Play campaign has been going from strength to strength. Supporters currently include:

Lenore Skenazy, author of Free Range Kids

Sue Atkins, author of Raising Happy Kids for Dummies

Sue Palmer, author of Toxic Childhood

Nicola Baird, author of Homemade Kids

Play Scotland

Brent Play


Create STAR Learning Company

LocoMatriz – GPS Gaming

Will Tuft

The Geography Collective (us), creators of Mission:Explore

At the moment we’re calling for any organisation, author or blogger that supports Love Outdoor Play manifesto to get in contact so that we can add you into the website for its launch. Equally, if you would like to fund a print run to lower the cost of the campaign stickers we would love to hear from you.

To join join the campaign email

Diary dates:

1st September goes live

14th September the campaign is launched

All the Love Outdoor Play logos are available under a non-commercial creative commons license.

One Comment leave one →
  1. Helen permalink
    December 11, 2010 15:21

    I’m working on a geography book for KS3 students and the author would really like to include a couple of lines from the LOP campaign manifesto. It’s an example for the point that ‘If you are going to convince people about a proposed change, you need to use convincing language and link ideas to real people and places.’ Hope that’s OK, and sorry to contact you via the blog. Look forward to hearing from you to discuss this a bit more.

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