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- A space dedicated solely to children's play, where skilled playworkers enable and facilitate the ownership, development and design of that space - physically, socially and culturally - by the children playing there. It usually offers both indoor and outdoor play experiences.
- A playground or play area is a place with a specific design for children be able to play there. It may be indoors but is typically outdoors (where it may be called a tot lot in some regions. )
- a playground where children are provided with functional materials for climbing on, building with, etc.
- Mental resources
- The process of supplying someone or something with such necessary items
- an instrumentality needed for an undertaking or to perform a service
- The necessary items for a particular purpose
- A tool is a device that can be used to produce or achieve something, but that is not consumed in the process. Colloquially a tool can also be a procedure or process used for a specific purpose.
- The act of equipping, or the state of being equipped, as for a voyage or expedition; Whatever is used in equipping; necessaries for an expedition or voyage; the collective designation for the articles comprising an outfit; equipage; as, a railroad equipment (locomotives, cars, etc.
For years, designers, educators, and community administrators have clamored for a book that will highlight the problems with contemporary playgrounds, tender sorely needed strategies with which to redress them, and stimulate national debate about today's crisis of undervalued public space. Susan Solomon's groundbreaking and marvelously illustrated American Playgrounds is that book. Since the 1970s, Solomon maintains, American playgrounds have degenerated into irrelevance as cultural artifacts and educational tools. Imbedded in Solomon's text is a frank indictment of American attitudes that are stunted by a heavy-handed emphasis on safety that limits the nature of play and the vitality of places for public assembly.
During the past decade an elite few American architects, landscape architects, and sculptors, including Stanley Saitowitz, Walter Hood, and Mary Miss, have pioneered the restoration of aesthetic and developmental values to play areas for young people. Solomon appraises these success stories and proposes fresh and urgent remedies that blend excellent design principles, innovative planning, and affordability--a vision for the future of the playground in America. Supplementing her impeccable command of primary and secondary sources with hundreds of hours of interviews with designers and clients, the author confronts a seriously under-developed topic with powerful and complex arguments rich in social history, law, theories of play and childhood, and urbanism. Readers will be inspired--and equipped--to take up the gauntlet of advocacy for superior American playgrounds.
Accessibly written, American Playgrounds will fascinate diverse constituencies, including parents, educators, policymakers, and art, architectural, and cultural historians. For those commissioning, funding, designing, and overseeing playgrounds, it will be indispensable. The book includes a foreword by Martha Thorne, Associate Curator of the Department of Architecture, Art Institute of Chicago.
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The concept for Adventure Playground originated in Europe after World War II. A playground designer studied children playing in the at-the-time “normal” asphalt and cement playgrounds. He discovered that the children actually preferred playing in the dirt and lumber of the post-war rubble. He realized that children had the most fun designing and building their own equipment and manipulating their environment. Following this concept, Berkeley’s Adventure Playground was opened in 1978.
This new playground equipment just replaced the dirty wooden adventure playground pilings that went in sometime in the 70s.
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The Monkey Bar Adventure Swing set is constructed of heavy-duty, powder-coated steel and UV-protected polyethylene plastic, so it's weather protected against rusting, discoloration, and heat retention. Won't split, splinter, or warp like a wooden playset. Designed for safety with rubber grips on swing chains to keep little fingers from getting pinched, as well as capped or rounded edges with no rough edges exposed. The monkey bar swing set is designed with lots of activities to keep kids happily in motion for hours. Includes monkey bars, belt swings, wavy slide, trapeze bar, and a fire pole. Freestanding, with no cement required.
The Monkey Bar Adventure Swing Set is constructed of heavy-duty powder-coated steel and UV-protected polyethylene plastic so it's weather protected against rusting, discoloration, and heat retention. Won't split, splinter, or warp like a wooden playset. Designed for safety with rubber grips on swing chains to keep little fingers from getting pinched, the Monkey Bar Adventure has capped or rounded edges with no rough edges exposed. This swing set is designed with lots of activities to keep kids happily in motion for hours, including monkey bars, belt swings, a 9-foot wavy slide, trapeze bar, and a fire pole. Slide can be set up to be on left or right side of the system. This unit is freestanding, with no cement required.
The Monkey Bar swing set features a 9-foot wavy slide, monkey bars, 3 swings, a trapeze bar, and a fire pole.
Freestanding swing set; does not require cementing
Designed for safety with rubber grips on chains and capped/rounded edges
Weather protection against rusting, discoloration, and heat retention
3 belt swings
1 trapeze bar with gym rings
9-foot wavy slide; can be assembled on left or right side of swing set
Model Number: 90143
Materials: Weather-resistant, powder-coated, galvanized steel; high-density polyethylene (HDPE) plastic
Dimensions: 13.8 by 18.6 by 7.75 feet (W x D x H)
Safety Zone: 6 feet from any structure or obstruction; swings should have 14 feet, 10 inches of clearance in front and behind
Weight Capacity Per Station: 135 pounds
Warranty: 5 year limited factory warranty
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