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Community Centers

When considering play equipment options for a community center, it is a good idea to not only think of the outdoor environment, but to also plan for indoor play, whenever possible. When weather doesn't cooperate, or unforeseen events prevent access to outdoor play, offering creative and dynamic indoor play opportunities allow children to stay physically active with spontaneous and cooperative play experiences. Once way to facilitate this is with loose-parts play equipment. Some of the benefits of loose-parts play include:

  • No installation is required
  • Soft, rigid surfaces provide tactile and sensory experiences
  • Can be used both indoors and outside
  • Promotes cooperation and communication
  • Naturally inclusive so all kids can play

The open-ended and moveable nature of loose-parts play equipment inspire children to be physically active and more creative than with other types of play equipment. Learn more here

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