Playground Recess Zones and Recess Strategies For Play August 08, 2019
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by Fit and Fun Playscapes on 0 commentsAs schools emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic, communities are recognizing the need to continue to provide safe, versatile, and inexpensive ways to offer more outdoor fitness options for kids. Active Sidewalks, in conjunction with sidewalk chalk art and spray paint stencils, have emerged as the perfect blend of affordability, engagement, and enjoyment in schools and communities.
by Fit and Fun Playscapes on 0 commentsPlanning your outdoor playspace is extremely important. According to an Aug. 2016 study conducted by the University of Missouri, titled In the Zone: An Investigation into Physical Activity during Recess on Traditional versus Zoned Playgrounds, “Researchers found that average physical activity increased by 10 percent and children averaged 175 steps more on a zoned playground compared to a traditional playground.” But what the heck is a...