"Playground" Essays and Research Papers

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  • Change Agent

    City has a vast variety of neighborhood playgrounds all with different needs depending on where they are located in the city. While the city is known as the City of Fountains it is the park department that is responsible for keeping the main boulevards‚ fountains beautiful‚ and playgrounds well manicured. The parks department does not have a large budget and at times has had to cut back and scale down improvements to neighborhood parks. Westside Park playground‚ in the West Plaza neighborhood‚ is

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  • Devils Playground

    Dr. Wagner May 6‚ 2008 Religion 101 The Devil’s Playground Review This was sincerely the biggest eye opening independent film that I have ever seen. I know absolutely nothing about the Amish faith or people as I have never been exposed to them. Their strict way of life is backed by a very close knit family and strong religious beliefs. When teenagers in the Amish community turn sixteen they are free to explore the “English” world and they are exposed to everyday American life. Followers

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  • 10 Child Observation

    Fox Oxford Community Park Sunday‚ November 9th at 2:00 P.M. #10 Child Observation: 2:00 – Two children are playing at a playground with their parents in Oxford‚ Ohio. Child B is wearing a red shirt and long pants. Child S is wearing a hoodie and long pants as well. 2:03 – Child S is climbing on the playground equipment with her friend Child B‚ they move around the playground. 2:06 – Child S yells for her mom to look at her walking across a balance beam and her mom tells her to be careful‚ she replies

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  • Shelley Brough

    Toddlers are kept safe by showing them the proper use of toys. They are encouraged to follow safety rules such as walking instead of running and sitting on a chair instead of climbing on it. As a child care provider I always have to check toys and playground equipment for any damages that may injury the children in my care‚ not only do I have to check toys and equipment I must check under toys outside for any creatures that may harm any of the children in my care. I am always giving gentle reminders

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  • Anecdotal Observation

    Country Mart Playground‚ 2-2:30 p.m.‚September 9th. Observation Site: Malibu Country Mart Playground. The playground is set in the center of an outdoor shopping mall‚ It consists of 4 play structures total. Two swing sets with 6 seats at each end of the playground. One swingset is equiped with infant seats and the other with regular seats‚ A play center with 2 slides‚ ramps to climb‚ and sections to play inside of. The last play structure is a short set of yellow monkey bars. The playground is a rectangle

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  • Neighborhood Problem

    of the amenities are still in developing stage. The landscaping‚ playground and security need improvement. The playgrounds lack play materials for the children‚ this was a yearly occurrence and one would think a solving‚ no matter how small would have been thought up before then. We rallied around yet again trying to provide the children with a fun and safe playground for the day‚ The neighborhood lacks one. The playgrounds are unsafe for children due to some default equipment. The swing sets

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  • The Devil's Playground

    The Devil’s Playground We as human beings naturally strive to participate and be active members of a “society” or a culture in order to feel incorporated into some kind of structure. Within a structured “society” there must be an in-between or “threshold people” (1 pg. 95)‚ which is depicted by Victor W. Turner as liminality. Liminality is a state of being in-between a structured society or “limbo of statuslessness” in which the individual or group becomes homogenized (1 pg. 97). An

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  • Proposal for Recreational Facility

    COMMUNICATION SKILLS TITLE: LACK OF RECREATIONAL FACILITIES Student Name: Peter Eleazer Khan ID: PS62351 PART-TIME Table of Contents Introduction3 Purpose and Objectives3 Background and Situation3 Project Scope……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..4 Methodology5 Data analysis on questionnaire ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………….6 Personnel7-8 Equipments and costing 9-12 Design Location and Criteria …………………………………………………………………………………………………… 13

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  • Putting It All Together

    cost) used this equation to the overall cost of project = Cost of playground equipment + Cost of installation + Cost of surfacing + Cost of design fees‚ grading‚ landscaping‚ and other expenses =

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  • Safety of Outdoor Play

    essortment.com/family/childsafetytip_sbmt.htm . Playgrounds and outdoor play equipment provide fun‚ fresh air‚ and exercise. But they also can pose some safety hazards. . Before you visit a playground‚ check to make sure that play areas are designed to allow an adult to clearly see kids while they’re playing on all the equipment. . Adult supervision‚ Parents can help prevent playground accidents by taking some precautions Surfaces ‚ A proper playground surface is one of the most important factors

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