The Play and Playground Encyclopedia is a dynamic resource of over 600 listings that relate to issues involving children’s play, playgrounds, health issues, and safety as well as the people, organizations, and companies who have contributed to children’s play and wellbeing.
John Preston was born in England and grew up during the Second World War. He received a degree from Kingston Technical College in Mechanical Engineering.
The Natural Energy Park is an experiential playground design that focuses on how movement, the sun, magnets, and water create power to operate different parts of the play equipment.
Let's Play, a community partnership program created by Dr.
David Parker attended Kent State University and then Miami University of Ohio where in 1970 he earned a BA in Public Administration/Pre-law with an emphasis on Environmental Studies.
A designated play surface has been defined by the U.S.
TÜV SÜD America is a technical inspection company that provides third-party safety testing, inspection, and certification services.