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Unstructured, outdoor play is one of those forms of exercise that doesn’t take much effort for kids. It not only promotes their well-being, but also aides their overall physical development. Being outside …

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Play sculpture arrives in Singapore

Singapore Playform 7 - Playworldby Robyn Gordner

There’s an eye-catching new structure in Singapore and it isn’t a new skyscraper.

Playworld installed PlayForm 7 in the city last month. The first PlayForm 7 installation in the …

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Play pays in your residential community

By Jeanne Bernt

Playgrounds can help attract and keep tenants in your units, helping to maintain steady income. From concept and design to materials and finish, playgrounds are built to provide value, …

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Architecture students join effort to save play in Philly

by Missy Benson

I recently had the opportunity to bring attention to a proposed play space for an elementary school designed by recent graduates from the Philadelphia University’s College of Architecture and …

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A Toast to Harrison: Down Syndrome Fears Be Gone

In honor of World Down Syndrome Day on March 21, 2015, we’re sharing a blog post originally published on the Down Syndrome and the Undomesticated Diva blog. On her blog, author

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Kids can face off at new hockey-themed playground in Ohio’s Westgate Park

Last month a new playground opened at Westgate Park on the west side of Columbus. The hockey-themed playground was made possible by a $50,000 grant from the Columbus Blue Jackets Foundation.

The …

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Worldwide Day of Play: Join the #SavePlay Movement

Have you been on the popular blog Life Without Pink today? Playworld’s creative director Greg Harrison wrote a guest post on the topic of Nickelodeon’s Worldwide Day of Play.

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On September 20th, …

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Mama Bird Diaries blog features Playworld

Kelcey Kintner of the Mama Bird Diaries recently highlighted Playworld Systems in her post “It’s time to let your kid jump from the monkey bars (there is science behind this!).”

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Reflecting on …

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