Playing with impact refers to play in which children collide, fall or sprint and experience the effect of this. In this way, they learn about their own bodies, their limits and those of others. Another form of risky play is games in which children play on unfamiliar, self-made, unfenced, hard or slippery surfaces. This enlarges the playing world of children.
Did you know that even if a child does not take up the challenge but only watches another, the child is still playing riskily? By watching others doing something exciting or risky, children also experience a thrill.