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The Importance of Sensory Play and Playgrounds

From day one, a child's brain is wired to use their senses to explore the world around them. Even before they can talk, babies make noise, put things in their mouths and grab anything they can get their hands on. As kids grow older, this…

The Most Popular School Playground Games

Children play many classic outdoor games on school playgrounds, many of which have been played for generations, and some are new for this generation of youngsters. Kids love playing, whether it’s during recess, after school, on the…

Playground Games That Teach Teamwork

Teamwork is a vital part of everyone's life. From daycare to school to work, everyone needs to learn how to work with others, consider others' opinions and cooperate to reach a shared goal. On the playground, kids of all ages can engage in…

How to Prevent Sensory Overload at School

We live in a fast-paced world. Take New York City, for example. With millions of people bustling around the same city limits, loud sounds battling for attention and LED visuals competing to stand out, it can be a lot to handle. Sensory…

Playground Games With No Physical Contact

Whether you have a big group of kids to entertain or just a few, you may find yourself looking for ways to minimize physical contact while they play. Non contact games can be a great way to include everyone, regardless of ability, while…

Playgrounds for Hearing Impaired Children

If you are thinking about updating a playground for your school, park, church or community center, it is a good idea to consider the needs of kids who are hearing impaired. Those with cochlear implants and hearing impairments have unique…

Creating a Playground for Visually Impaired Children

Kids deserve to play, and that fact shouldn't be affected by a disability — that's why it's important to have playgrounds and parks that are accessible to children who are blind or otherwise visually impaired. Accessible parks for…

Note: At Miracle Recreation, we’re aware of the ongoing debate in the autism community over the use of identity-first (autistic person) and person-first (person with autism) language. We understand the choice is a highly personal one, especially for individuals in the autism community, so we’ve decided to use a combination of person-first and identity-first language.