Experimenting with Danger
Gever Tulley Keynotes - Advocating some very novel ideas about the way people raise their children, presentations by Gever...
Playing with fire, using a pocket knife, throwing a spear, deconstructing appliances and driving a car are the five dangerous things that Gever Tulley says are vital for a child to develop a healthy appreciation for the limits of control.
In order for children to become creative, confidant and comfortable with their environment they need to experiment with those objects that may very well hurt them. Of course, these activities should be done in the presence of a mature supervisor.