As an OT working with children and families it became evident children weren't playing outside and in some cases appeared to have hypersensitivities to touch and were less confident, curious and imaginative. I believe the premium environment for learning is outside in nature, engaged in unstructured play. Many of the children I see as an OT also have social awkwardness so I have created many starting point adventures for children to explore as they become more and more confident playing outside, exploring creeks, woods, creating forts, climbing trees etc. The various "starting point" adventures include a 7000 sq. ft. hedge maze with center tower, labyrinth, play house, play school, climbing structures, ropes to climb up banks, tunnels and many objects for obstacle course construction and loose parts for tinkering and building forts.