생태놀이터 조성사업 가이드라인(안)

강상준1, 조삼래2, 변화근3, 김정규4
Sang-Joon KANG1, Sam-Rae CHO2, Hwa-Kun BYEON3, Jeong-Kyu KIM4
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1충북대학교 생물교육과
2공주대학교 생명과학과
3서원대학교 생물교육과
4한서대학교 생물학과
1Chungbuk National University
2Dept. of Biological Sci., Kongju National University
3Dept. of Biol. Education, Seowon University
4Dept. of Biology, Hanseo University

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Published Online: Dec 31, 2014


Children enjoy playing and prefer to be outside. Plays are children's everyday lives and experiences. Ecological playground is defined as the play spaces composed of natural elements such as water, sand, trees, grasses, logs, boulders and etc. Parent and children want more opportunities to play safely close to where they live. However eco-friendly playgrounds for children are lacked in urban area and parent wants to create successful ecological play spaces. The number of small and irregular pieces of land is 1,119 sites over the nation including Seoul and other large cities, and the areas of the lands are 1,451.684.2m2(439,134.5 Pyeong). This area is nearly corresponded to 203 times of football fields. In several cities, so-called pocket park and backyard vegetable plots were created as an ecological park. This guideline suggests the principles for creating imaginative, innovative and stimulating ecological play spaces that will enrich the lives of children.

Keywords: eco-playground; play space; natural elements; small and irregular pieces of land; pocket park