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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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World Congress of Play

I recently returned to Lewisburg after a few days in San Francisco at the World Congress of Play. The second annual conference brought together global manufacturers and retailers of traditional toys …

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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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Playworld featured on Selfish Mom blog

Amy Oztan of the Selfish Mom blog recently highlighted Playworld Systems in her post “How free play changes kids’ brains.”

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Amy delves into the recent NPR piece “Scientists say child’s play helps …

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Inside Design: Rushmore

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As a playground designer, one of our goals is to capture the spirit of children in the equipment we create. With every structure, we strive to bring something special to the playground: …

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Scientists say unstructured play helps build “a better brain”

Unity Dome inside~1The benefits of free play extend far beyond increasing muscle strength and endurance.

NPR’s “Morning Edition” last week reported a story highlighting scientific evidence that time spent on the playground rivals that …

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The coolest thing on the playground: Cruise Line

Cruise Line gets children of all ages and abilities playing together. This unique ride gives kids the thrill of something exciting and new with perceived risk and speed.

There are many different …

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A Bumpy Road Makes for an Interesting Ride – Developing Resiliency through Child-Initiated Play

It’s likely we all remember the timeless nursery rhyme, “sticks and stones may break my bones but names will never hurt me.” Parents often recite the rhyme after episodes of teasing and …

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