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child perspective http://www.childperspective.com/
childwild http://childwild.com/
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the blunder years http://theblunderyears.com/
the bumpy ride http://trueslant.com/susantoepfer/
the edutopia interview http://www.edutopia.org/free-range-kids-children-safety
the family groove http://thefamilygroove.com/
the next family http://thenextfamily.com/
the nurture assumption http://xchar.home.att.net/tna
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the parent zone http://www.theparentszone.com/
the play & playground encyclopedia http://www.pgpedia.com/
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u.s. play coalition http://usplaycoalition.clemson.edu/
underground moms http://www.undergroundmoms.com
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home why freerange? faq speaking engagements tv show! for or against? freerangekids entries rss | comments rss stay in touch get email updates subscribe via rss follow me on twitter! do you ever… do you ever...let your kid ride a bike to the library? walk to school? make dinner? or are you thinking about it? if so, you are raising a free-range kid! free-rangers believe in helmets, car seats, seat belts — safety! we just do not believe that every time school age kids go outside, they need a security detail. share your stories, tell your tips and maybe i'll use them in a new book. here's to common sense parenting in uncommonly overprotective times! twitter @freerangekids rt @cyniclib: wtf!!! twitter.com/freerangekids/… 2 hours ago rt @moparrich18: @cynicalmother @radio_951 @rachbarnhart twitter.com/freerangekids/… 2 hours ago rt @theonion: pizza hut unveils new cheese-stuffed delivery boy trib.al/fpaqs2g https://t.co/yrx6dmcfvw 4 hours ago rt @freerangekids: an important blog i only just heard of! voice of the monitored – keeping an eye on the monitors bit.ly/2g5xuzh… 4 hours ago rt @freerangekids: european vs. american parenting: you may be embarrassed bit.ly/2gkfyhe https://t.co/sm2ypsh0js 4 hours ago pages why freerange? faq speaking engagements tv show! for or against? archives september 2012 august 2012 july 2012 june 2012 may 2012 april 2012 march 2012 february 2012 january 2012 december 2011 november 2011 october 2011 september 2011 august 2011 july 2011 june 2011 may 2011 april 2011 march 2011 february 2011 january 2011 december 2010 november 2010 october 2010 september 2010 august 2010 july 2010 june 2010 may 2010 april 2010 march 2010 february 2010 january 2010 december 2009 november 2009 october 2009 september 2009 august 2009 july 2009 june 2009 may 2009 april 2009 march 2009 february 2009 january 2009 december 2008 november 2008 october 2008 september 2008 august 2008 july 2008 june 2008 may 2008 april 2008 parents of kids who get too many bruises may be charged with neglect posted on september 10, 2012 by lskenazy hi folks — this story comes to us from australia, where the federal government is telling child protective workers to consider — and classify  — kids who “often” hurt themselves as at a “high risk of neglect.” “accident-prone children might be the victims of poor parental supervision,” is how adelaidenow sums the reasoning up.  thus, anyone treating (or seeing?) bruised or clumsy kids is told to assess the role that parental supervision — or lack thereof — played, even in minor accidents. the theory behind this isn’t bad. it’s true that severely neglected children, especially young ones, may be hurting themselves because their parents are (as this study suggests) totally out of it, on drugs, or passed out on the couch. but i have to think this call for scrutiny and immediate suspicion would have a chilling effect on any parents ready to let their kids have some free-range, old-fashioned fun and independence — like riding a bike, or climbing a tree. if a kid wipes out on his bike one week, bonks his head on a branch the next, is he a lovingly tended child with parents who believe kids can (and even should) endure a couple bruises? or is he  a neglected child? and how can we be sure the evaluator will be able to tell the difference? or even believe there is a difference? my fear is not so much that the authorities will mistake normal childhood injuries for the negligence endured in the home of severely drug-addled parents. i fear that, increasingly, normal childhood injuries won’t be considered normal anymore, period. so any kid sustaining them will automatically be considered neglected, because why weren’t the parents right behind him on that tree, or standing under it with a safety net? the new south wales children’s commissioner quoted in the aritcle, megan mitchell, said, “i don’t think we can expect parents to be super-parents but they need to know what their child is doing as best they can.” what the heck does that mean? is it enough to know my kid is playing outside and will be home by dinner? or should i know every activity he will be participating in from 10 a.m. till 6 on a saturday, including that he’s going to jump off a swing at 12:16? the commissioner went on to say that she would “hope” that prosecuting parents “would be reasonably rare and that people in authority would establish a relationship with the families and then make a good judgment about whether there is a real problem or not.” but where we see no problem, the authorities could. and the authorities have…authority. therein lies the problem. – l. so if he falls off his bike and gets a little banged up — say, twice or three times — are his parents “neglectful”? filed under: bad laws, rules and verdicts, child protective services, parks, playing and playgrounds, uncategorized | tagged: are bruised kids neglected, australia children, bruised chidlren, bruises neglect, bumps, child abuse, child neglect, child protective services, clumsy chidlren, clumsy kids, cps, emergency room parental suspicion, false claims child abuse, kids and bumps, neglect | 6 comments » onward to the new free-range kids site! it’s at www.freerangekids.com ! posted on september 7, 2012 by cagefreekids hi folks! if you are coming here, it’s good to see you. but — this is now my “old” site that will no longer be updated. the new free-range kids site is at freerangekids.com. it’s got some bells and whistles you’ll appreciate, like a link to all sorts of reassuring crime statistics, and a little “store” for things like kiddie t-shirts that say, “don’t bother abducting me…i’m a pain in the a**! ”  the site you are currently on is freerangekids.wordpress.com. so go to freerangekids.com and get up to date! see you there! — l.  update: okay, as often happens with such things, we are having some glitches today in the switchover.  we are aware of them and working on them and hope to have them ironed out soon. sorry about this! bear with us! – l. filed under: uncategorized | 15 comments » to keep kids “injury-free” school substitutes wii for recess posted on september 7, 2012 by lskenazy hi folks! this story comes to us by way of campaign for a commercial-free childhood, which loves when kids make up their own games rather than them simply playing something pre-programmed. at this particular school, the superintendent is quoted as saying a desire to keep kids “out of trouble” and “injury-free” prompted the decision to give kids wii time as opposed to free time for recess, once or twice a week. as i watched the video, i despaired about three  things. 1 – the fact that wii is seen as the same thing as making up a game, even though there is no imagination or organization required. 2 – the fact that it is now de rigueur that we not show any children’s faces in a video. as if somehow that is damaging to them or us or someone somehow somewhere. 3 – the fact that the hopscotch game at this school is a pre-fab mat, placed on the ground. i’m sure i am a little too sensitive to all these issues, but come on: let kids run around! let them use chalk. let them make up their own games. let them get away from the screen. and please quit worrying that every non-scripted moment outside = an injury waiting to spring. – l. filed under: helicopter effect on kids, parks, playing and playgrounds, school and zero tolerance and bullies, uncategorized, worst-first thinking | tagged: free time, kids and video games, lawsuits school, let kids play, no fre time at school, no recess, obesity, principal, recess, school liability, screen time kids, superintendent rules, video games at school, wii instead of playing | 35 comments » an after-school provider laments the crazy rules posted on september 6, 2012 by lskenazy hi folks! here’s yet another look at some insanely overprotective, unproductive rules governing anything having to do with kids. this rant/lament comes from rick rood, director of an on-site after-school child care program in the san francisco bay area.  he has worked in the profession since 1990, and provides workshops and coaching for education professionals who work with school-age children.  he blogs at afterschoolanswers and is currently finishing his new book, “the three secret pillars of behavior guidance,” even while he and his wife are raising kids aged 5, 16, and 17. this note came in response to a post about a ymca that wouldn’t let a mom bring her 3-year-old in to use the bathroom because this was against the rules. – l dear free-range kids:  i run an after-school program, and if that parent had come to our center, i would’ve had to tell them the same exact thing.  our organization (we’re a string of 16 centers run by a rec and park organization) has a policy that outsiders are not allowed to use our restrooms. why not? one simple reason — liability.  the (very) sad fact is that the policy comes from our insurance company. i do my best to be a “free-range” director.  i don’t make these policies, and there are many rules and regulations with which i personally don’t agree. but it goes deeper than that.  because of this “bubble-wrap” mentality, out-of-school-time staff have become more and more infected over the years with this insidious “worst-case scenario” type of thinking. some examples? recently one of my teachers reported me to my boss for a free-range comment i had made.  one day, one of our children decided to sneak away from school and not come to the afterschool program.  this resourceful 8-year-old made it pretty much clear across our medium-sized town, heading to a friend’s house.  we followed our policies when he didn’t show up to our program: parents and police were called, and they tracked him down in pretty short order. after the dust had settled, i made a comment to one of our teachers (who i mistakenly figured held similar free-range ideas), saying that, while it was good that we found the boy, i was impressed with the boy’s resourcefulness and that maybe, as a culture, we shouldn’t call up visions of child molesters and abductors every time something doesn’t go as planned. the teacher went to my boss, and told her that he didn’t think i was very serious about protecting the children in our care. another policy: kids can’t walk home on their own.  again, liability.  how much could we be sued for if a kid breaks their leg or goes missing on the short walk home (we’re a neighborhood school),  even if the parent has given permission?  frustrating to me because the odds that nothing bad will happen within a two-block walk are pretty astronomical, and then add to that the very tiny chance that their parent will pursue legal action (these are parents that we, as a rule, work together with as partners- and we have very good relationships with our parents). here’s a corker. our local little league uses the fields on our school grounds for practice and games.  can we release the kids to just walk across the field (again on the same physical grounds) to practice?  heck no… we require a “responsible adult” to come and sign them out and walk them the 100 yards to practice).  and, even better, by policy that “responsible adult” cannot be one of our staff members (even if the parents say it’s okay and we walk them every step of the way). finally, here’s a spot where i’ve rebelled (although quietly). at one of our “sister centers” (on the grounds of another local school)… they had a kindergartner who fell off the monkey bars while playing in the afterschool program and broke her arm.  immediately, and with almost scary domino-like action, many of the other local centers (including the one in question) banned kindergarteners from the play structures (even though they’re labeled for use by kids 5-12 years of age).  no one ever made it an official policy, so my kindergarteners continue to enjoy play time on the play structure. my main philosophy in afterschool care is that we exist to facilitate the emotional and social growth of children.  and if we’re going to succumb to the bubble-wrap philosophy of raising kids, then our mission is doomed from the start! at my center, kids will be allowed to play freely on the play structure, kids will be allowed to wrestle in the grass, and i will make free range choices in every area where they have not already been banned and by the regulating agencies, lawyers and insurance adjusters.  and unlike some of my fellow co-workers, i will not succumb to the “worst-first” type of thinking that stunts the social and emotional growth of the next generation. – rick rood filed under: insurance repercussions, uncategorized, walk to school / stay home alone / wait in car, worst-first thinking | tagged: after school rules, after-school regulations, afterschool care rules, afterschool regulations, afterschool rules, common sense, free play, little league, no freedom at daycare, play regulations, playground regulations, rules, school regulations, ymca rules, zero tolerance | 27 comments » want to help out at a class party? all you need to do is get fingerprinted! posted on september 6, 2012 by lskenazy hi folks! here’s a school memo one of you sent in from the brave new world that thinks somehow every time any adult encounters a child — even in a classroom filled with other adults and a gaggle of kids — the kids are in grave danger: wiggle those digits if you attended volunteer training last spring in order to be able to help out at school (in the classroom, on field trips, at parties, etc.), there’s one more step you need to take. the school board recently added a fingerprinting requirement for all volunteers to accompany the existing background check. new volunteer training this year will include fingerprinting opportunities. if you completed the training last school year, you need to get in touch with volunteer coordinator. the district is paying for the fingerprinting. how kind. is the district using money that is not coming from anything else, like books or field trips? – l filed under: school and zero tolerance and bullies, sex offender issues, uncategorized, worst-first thinking | tagged: adults in school, adults with kids, all adults are evil, background check, distrust, fingerprint volunteers, school insanity, stranger danger, turn off volunteers | 78 comments » parentstrailing the school bus (and other back-to-school excesses) posted on september 5, 2012 by lskenazy hi folks! i have a piece in today’s wall street journal:“when separation anxiety goes overboard.” it’s about the way the advice-o-sphere manages to turn the first day of school into a super-dramatic, super-traumatic event that requires the kind of preparation once associated with storming the beaches: “practice how you will say goodbye,” urges one of the zillion or so websites featuring first-day-of-school tips. “goodbye!” hmm. that just doesn’t seem very difficult to me. maybe i’m heartless. in fact, i know i’m heartless, because i never bought a “nesting heart.” that’s a toy made by a company called kimochis that is meant to “help ease the separation” when you drop your kid off at school. how does it work? “your child can take the inner heart to school and you can keep the outer heart at home,” says a kimochis news release. “create a playful ritual for separating the hearts at drop-off and putting your hearts back together at pickup. reassure your child (and yourself!) that the nesting heart keeps you connected even when you are apart.” oh yes, how incredibly reassuring it must be as junior watches you—playfully!—break your heart in two. but at least this psycho-toy lays it on the line: mommy is incomplete whenever she’s not with you, and you are incomplete without mommy. got that? now go have a great first day! one of the things driving parents, and of course kids, crazy is the way every childhood event has been elevated into a difficulty only to be surmounted with products, classes and heaps of expert advice. back-to-school now proudly takes its place in that pantheon, alongside babyproofing the living room and the decameron that is packing for camp. – l p.s. i know the link only gives you a few paragraphs, at least for the first 30 days. but if you’re a subscriber, you can read the whole thing. very sorry it’s not visible to all! yes, some parents actually follow the bus to school, to make (telepathically?) sure their kids are safe. filed under: crazy parents, helicopter effect on kids, stupid advice, uncategorized | tagged: advcie, back to school, ease the transition, first day of school, jitters, oped, opinion piece, parental advice, parenting marketplace, separation anxiety, suckers, wall street journal | 110 comments » can we vote for this guy? (even though he’s 9?) posted on september 4, 2012 by lskenazy hey readers — you want inspiration? you got it: a 9 year old detroit boy was dismayed by the fact his local park was totally overgrown — the city could afford to mow it just twice a year. so did he stay inside playing videogames? he set up a lemonade stand and made $3000 over the course of five days. donated it to parks & rec. this video is from when he was just getting started. you’ll love it! filed under: good news, parks, playing and playgrounds, uncategorized | tagged: change agent, detroit, entrepreneur, fight city hall, inspiration, inspiring, kid entrepreneur, lemonade stand, park, playground, popcorn, success story, tough neighborhood | 29 comments » next page » * buy the book! amazon bn.com borders.com indiebound.org powells.com blogroll “distracted” blog active kids club angels & urchins baby ballot baby unplugged bam radio cafemom.com campaign for a commercial-free childhood carl honore’s thoughtful parenting blog child perspective childwild cleveland.com/parents coolmom.com corbyn hightower domestic product five-star reads at 5 minutes for books free the moms fun neighbourhoods gagasisterhood generation ex grass stain guru honest baby how to live dangerously incultureparent just the facts baby just the facts kid lions' whiskers looky, daddy! marybeth hicks — all for traditional childhood mommy mythbuster! mommywizdom motherhood later norine dworkin outdoor baby overlawyered.com parentdish parenting issues in england parentopia parentsask play & playground encyclopedia play everything play today questioning attachment disorder rethinking childhood slow family living smart man daily spiked online parenting page stop homework! susan j sohn the blunder years the bumpy ride the edutopia interview the family groove the next family the nurture assumption the organic sister the parent zone the play & playground encyclopedia truuconfessions ! u.s. play coalition underground moms we are goodkin what to expect what’s cooking witty, wise jen singer in the news bbc television die press (austria) dr. phil: “extreme moms” fox news live dangerously, it’s safer newsweek: helicopter moms vs. free range kids npr – talk of the nation slate: my mother, my bodyguard the times (london) the today show wnyc links how children lost the right to roam in four generations kids walk to school program mozart for babies? nonsense! playborhood.com safe routes to school stats.com on “missing kids” fear-mongering newspapers creators syndicate new york sun create a free website or blog at wordpress.com. wp designer. freerangekids blog at wordpress.com. post to cancel


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