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Celebrate the Worldwide Day of Play 2015

Did you know that this Saturday, September 26th is the Worldwide Day of Play? Started by television network Nickelodeon in 2004, the annual celebration inspires children to go outside and experience …

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NRPA 2015: building community and exploring play sculpture

Playworld booth at NRPA 2015The 2015 National Recreation and Park Association’s (NRPA) Congress and Exposition took place in Las Vegas earlier this week. Playworld received “Best in Show” for our booth showcasing the new PlayForm 7, …

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Evolving play for the 21st Century

Playworld NEOS electronic playground equipmentIt’s no secret that at Playworld, we believe deeply in the power of play. In fact, Playworld’s passion for making play exciting and relevant was featured in the recent TIME magazine article, …

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Joe Kneip Park

Playworld is honored to once again help sponsor a National Recreation and Park Association (NRPA) Parks Build Community project, an initiative demonstrating the transformative value of parks on the health and vitality …

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Putting play on the back-to-school checklist

As summer winds down and children across the country head back to school, it’s important to remember that play is a critical component in the learning process. Unfortunately, we don’t hear educators …

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Play: The possibilities are as vast as the universe

A baby’s brain contains 100 billion neurons (nerve cells) at birth—that’s about as many stars as in the Milky Way!  And nearly all that brain will need.

Each neuron has about 2,500 …

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The fundamentals of excellent play design

The fundamentals of play design - Playworld

Budget. Available space. Fall zones and surface requirements. In playground planning, the practical considerations drive a lot of decisions, often taking up the majority of your time and attention. Playworld playground designers …

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Making parks relevant

parksOne of the places that American parks began was cemeteries in the 1830s, where families would go to be closer to their deceased relatives. Since then, parks have ridden waves of prosperity …

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