Introducing PlayExplorers: Early childhood play equipment for ages five and under

PlayExplorers early childhood playgrounds by Playworld SystemsWe’re always looking for ways to help little folks laugh, learn, and grow. Crucial development takes place from birth to five years of age, yet the early childhood set is often an underserved audience when it comes to play.

We know that unstructured outdoor free play fuels young bodies and minds. With this in mind, we just launched, an e-commerce website featuring playground equipment specifically-designed for younger children.

Organizations such as child care facilities, schools, community organizations and religious institutions can order play equipment directly from PlayExplorers. The site was designed to make the purchasing process as streamlined as possible, providing customers with total control over their early childhood playground projects from start to finish.

Using filters, it’s easy to sort through the catalog of age-appropriate play structures to suit specific needs. Users can select equipment by product types (playgrounds, freestanding products and site furnishings), play experience (physical, sensory and social) and special requirements (ADA compliant, and ASTM and CPSC certified), as well as age range, and do-it-yourself installation ranked by level of difficulty and price.

PlayExplorers early childhood playgrounds by Playworld SystemsThe new site includes our most popular early childhood pieces, including: the Home Dome, FirstPlay, PlaySimple®, PlayTown, Fun Centers and Spring Riders (the only playground equipment featured on the Science Channel’s “How It’s Made”).

We approach early childhood equipment design by looking closely at the physical, social and sensory benefits of our products. We strive to create play environments that offer the highest play value and greatest impact on child development.

We believe that you are never too young or too old to play. So we hope you’ll join us in saving unstructured outdoor play and encouraging healthy development for early childhood.

Did you encourage a young child to get outside and play today?

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