5 dangerous things you should let your kids do
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"Kids will figure out how to do the most dangerous thing they can." This doesn't have to be a bad thing when it comes to learning in or out of the classroom. In this talk Gever Tulley encourages us all to allow flames of curiosity in our kids to be fanned and fed rather than forced to face the fire extinguisher.
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This 2016 UK article speaks volumes about Tulley's premise: Young children experience 'risky' play using saws, hammers and mallets
Tulley mentioned how our brains are wired to throw things. Here is a scholarly article in support of this by Richard W Young: Evolution of the human hand: the role of throwing and clubbing
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