Observed every year on April 22nd Earth Day is a time to demonstrate support for environmental protection. My youngest son was born on Earth day, so not only do we get to celebrate his day of birth but we also use it as a learning opportunity to teach the children small ways that they can help make a difference.
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April 20th – 24th is National Playground Safety Week. This is a great time to discuss playground safety with your child. Whether your children are at school or with another adult, there will be times when you are not there to supervise their playground activity.
(Photo credit: Rachel Larue/Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall Public Affairs)
April is Month of the Military Child. During this month, the U.S. Army recognizes the commitment, contributions and sacrifices that army children and youth make for our nation. In honor of this, our Project Spotlight is Cody CDC at Fort Myer located in Arlington, VA.
Since March is Developmental Disability Awareness month, it is great opportunity for us to take a few moments to highlight some of our favorite products that are making big strides towards including children of all abilities on the playground.
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Whether you manage apartments, oversee a home owners association or work for a builder/developer, if your job is to build communities then playgrounds and recreation equipment can help with your value proposition. There are several reasons why spending your resources in this area can enhance the community you manage and generate a return on your investment.
Sometimes it is the simplest ideas that are the most effective.
All children need physical activity even during the season of low temperatures, nasty weather and fewer hours of natural light. It is too easy to slip into some comfy slippers, cover up with a blanket and plug in all day.
Here are some fun ideas to keep you and your kids moving this winter:
Ashburn, VA – Locally owned recreational products company, All Recreation, announces the completion of Loudoun County’s latest inclusive playground at Discovery Elementary in Ashburn. Loudoun County opened its first inclusive playground at Sycolin Creek Elementary School in Leesburg, VA back in 2012.