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PlayPower® Introduces PlayArmor™, First Antimicrobial Protective Coating Introduced Exclusively for Application on Commercial Playground Equipment & Site Furnishings

Trusted by Hospitals and Restaurants, PlayArmor Provides a Long-Lasting Antimicrobial Biostatic Finish That Neutralizes Microbes PlayArmor is available now for use exclusively on PlayPower’s brands of indoor and outdoor play equipment, and […]

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    Common Terms for Playground Equipment

    Playgrounds of all shapes and sizes offer kids the opportunity to play. The bright colors and stimulating configurations of a great playground can engage kids in ways they don't experience anywhere else, giving them a chance to let their […]
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    Rochester Rotary Sunshine Campus

    Since 1922, Rochester Rotary Sunshine Campus has provided a summer camp where children with disabilities can enjoy the fun of being kids without any barriers. Today, this 157-acre, fully accessible residential summer camp in Rush, New […]
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    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 […]
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    The Role of Play in the Mental Health of Children

    There's a closer link between play and child mental health than you might realize. As more and more people begin to question the necessity of recess and free play for kids, behavioral professionals are examining the effects playing has […]
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    How to Choose a Theme for Your Community Playground

    In today's media-saturated world, children as young as 6 months are already spending time on tablets and smartphones. By their teens, they spend, on average, seven hours a day using screen-based media outside of school and homework. This […]
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    The Importance of Joy in Child Development

    As a kid, stepping on to the playground felt like the whole world was at your feet. Nothing could go wrong as you wove through slides, swings and spring riders, playing with other kids at the playground. This feeling of childhood joy is […]
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    Age Inclusive Play for Siblings Young and Old

    Kids of all ages love to play, and it's even more fun when they can play together. Parents of siblings with age gaps know it's not always easy to find activities all the kids can enjoy. Playgrounds and parks that offer age inclusive […]
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    Guide to Playground Etiquette

    Practicing good manners at the playground can be difficult for kids and parents alike, and there is plenty of gray area when it comes to playground etiquette. While the playground is a great place for kids to burn off pent-up energy and […]
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    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 […]
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