Tweens and Teens: 7 Considerations for Tween and Teen Outdoor Play

On a global scale, only around 23% of all 11 to 17-year-olds meet the minimum recommendations for physical activity. This is devastating, especially as tweens and teens repeatedly state that they like playful physical activity with friends. They like outdoor play and play areas, as long as the design accommodates them and not only younger children. 

Join this webinar to learn new insights and evidence around teenage play and get 6 tips for creating playful physical activity areas for ages 10+.

 

Presented by:

Suzanne Quinn, PhD

Suzanne Quinn, PhD

KOMPAN Play Institute Manager, Americas

As the Manager of KOMPAN Play Institute, Americas, Suzanne researches issues related to active play and fitness for children and families. Suzanne has co-authored numerous white papers and articles on the topics of children and play, such as Climbing Clever and Innovative Products: the key to more play.  

Jeanette Fich Jespersen

Jeanette Fich Jespersen

Head of KOMPAN Play Institute

As head of KOMPAN Play Institute, Jeanette has over 20 years of experience in researching, developing, and advocating playground play. Jeanette has served on the scientific and organizing boards of several international conferences on child friendly city planning. Jeanette has authored and co-authored numerous white papers and articles on the topics of inclusive and universal play design, and child development.