Play by Playworld

Play Across Rural, Suburban, and Urban Environments – Challenges & Opportunities

Each semester I teach a seminar titled Fine Arts and Play for the Developing Child. The first assignment is to compose a 2000-word essay depicting childhood memories of play. The most …

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Tech on the playground

The ever popular Consumer Electronics Show, otherwise known as CES, is taking place this week in Las Vegas.

With that in mind, we’re giving a nod to technology on the playground.…

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A playful pledge for the New Year

Playworld New Years Resolution 2015Committing to a promise of self-improvement is often the goal of a New Year’s resolution. The resolution tradition dates back thousands of years in the Eastern and Western worlds. Although the custom …

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News Year’s resolution 2015: more playtime

New Year’s Eve is right around the corner and there’s still time to make your resolution for 2015. If you haven’t made one yet, we have a fun suggestion that veers away …

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Give the gift of unstructured play this year

The winter holiday season is a magical time for many. Schools let out for an extended break and children get a reprieve from the drudgery of daily homework assignments. Likewise, parents receive …

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How to whip up a Pop-Up Adventure Playground in no time

Providing engaging opportunities for child-directed, unstructured play does not have to be expensive or time consuming. In fact, the best kind of play costs nothing, feels great, and can happen anywhere. Just …

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Inclusive play year in review 2014

Inclusive play continues to be an important area of focus for Playworld Systems as we work to make play accessible for everyone. Here’s a look at some memorable inclusive play moments from …

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If You Build It, They Will Come – Play Spaces for Tweens and Teens

Many view playgrounds as spaces designed exclusively for toddlers and school-aged children and believe that by the time they become tweens (10-12 years), they have lost interest in playing outside. Research supports …

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