By Rachel Pratt
There will always be differing opinion about whether artificial turf or natural grass is the better option for an ECE setting. There are ways to make both work; the ultimate goal, regardless of the choice made, is to ensure that children are provided with a safe and stimulating environment which encourage growth and development.
1. Having real grass: reasons for and problems that may arise to be ready for
2. Artificial turf: what you need to know
3. Which should I choose? Different things to consider and tips for making what you choose work well for you and the children
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