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Playground Safety and Design Resources

Design permanent playground activities that help make activity time more positive and productive: alphabet and number grids, hopping and skipping lines, and multiuse circles and squares are just a few of the nearly 100 activities that can be added. The program is intended to maximize the number of students involved in physical activity, rather than having them wait in line, or just stand around talking.

Tired of Playground Hassles and Headaches?

In addition to using books and magazines to find out about playgrounds, why not use the power of the Internet for other playground resources? The links below will get you started with information on safety, school playgrounds, kids websites, playground design and information for parents.

For more information on playground safety, contact The Consumer Product Safety Commission at (800) 638- 2772 or . You can view the “Handbook for Playground Safety” (pdf) and the “Public Playground Safety Checklist” or get a free copy by writing to CPSC, Washington, DC 20207.

School Playground Behavior Report