Playground Programs Get the latest copy of our brochure featuring all three of our award-winning playground and student wellness programs. Join Schools, PTAs, Principals, Recreation Departments, Health Departments, Park Districts and others across the country in adopting these award-winning programs that reduce conflict and help kids be more active and involved. Download your own copy [...]
The playground stencil packages come with roll-out stencils which make application a breeze. No measuring! Just roll-out the full-size playground stencils, chalk, and paint. Brightly colored markings enhance motor skill development and provide activities for an outdoor motor learning lab or recess games. The playground stencil package results in a brightly colored playground with lots [...]
National experts rated excellent! Peaceful Playgrounds addresses a number of national standards. "Their rapid expansion attests that the approach is both practical and a realistic intervention for schools interested in this cost effective childhood obesity intervention that gets kids moving."
School Playground Stencils Roll-out school playground stencils make application a breeze. No measuring! Just roll out the full-size activity stencils, chalk, and paint. A real customer favorite! Stencil choices below. View the easy application using Peaceful Playgrounds Roll Out Stencils. For MORE INFORMATION on STENCILS BELOW------ Scroll down the [...]
"Peaceful Playgrounds: An engaging recess solution." Low-Cost High Activity School Playgrounds on the Rise Keep It Simple Simple playthings such as balls, jump ropes, hula hoops and riding toys, do more for encouraging physical activity on school playgrounds than swings, jungle gyms and other "stationary" or "fixed" playground equipment, according to a recent report in [...]
Setting the stage for responding to bullying: First, it is important to acknowledge that students rarely bully victims in front of an adult. The chance of a teacher observing bullying is limited. Furthermore, research indicates that only 56% of students report that they have personally observed bullying at school. Therefore, since it is unlikely [...]