Loft + Market Cafe EN
When the Loft is connected to the Fire Station via an elevated crawl tunnel, the possibilities for play grow. Kids can be physical by climbing and sliding, use their imaginations to play house or save the day, or learn about letters, numbers, and patterns.
- 23 interactive activities addressing developmentally-appropriate skills: Slide, (2) Find-It Signs, (2) Seats, Clock, Colors Talk-through Mat, Elevated Crawl Tunnel, Bench, Order Talk-Through Panel, Vegetable Climber, Image Panel, Belt Seat, Mailbox/Flower Talk Tube, Crawl Tunnel, Vegetable/Leaf Sliders, Flower/Leaf Spinners, Flower Gear Panel, Meal Table, Vegetable Stand, Open/Closed Sign, Flower Spinners, Lower Level Crawlspace
- Much more to see, including Alphabet and Counting panels, Cash Register, Menu Board, and prompts to describe food tastes
- Compact structures
- Built-in shade
- Choice of colors for Permalene® and polyethylene
- Direct bury or surface mount
- Patent pending
- Auditory, Proprioception, Tactile, Vestibular, Visual
- Motor Skills
- Agility, Balance, Coordination, Core Body Strength, Endurance, Eye-Hand Coordination, Lower Body Strength, Motor Planning, Upper Body Strength
- Cognitive Skills
- Problem Solving, Strategic Thinking
- Social/Emotional Skills
- Cooperation, Imaginative Play, Social Skill Development Learn about Developmental Benefits
- 2 to 5 Years
- 3,067 lbs
- Max Fall Height: 44" (1,12 m)
- Min Area Required: 27' 1" x 32' 5" (8,26 m x 9,88 m)
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Playground products shown in video may not be appropriate for every age group. Playsystems shown in video are for demonstration purposes only. Product configurations may vary.
Video features the Smart Play connecting Loft, Fire Station, and Market Café with elevated crawl tunnels that creates a village for kids to explore.
[video: scene fades into children playing at the Market Café Meal play table and other children playing at the fire truck dashboard panel. Scene switches to a girl as she leans to talk into the mailbox talk tube.]
Girl: Hello! Hello?
[video: camera switches to a slightly elevated view as children play all around the Centre Smart Play structures. Camera switches to the back side of the Market Café and Loft structures as children play at play panels and crawl in and out of the structures. Scene switches to a view of two children playing at the Dashboard panel of the Fire truck play structure. Camera angles switches to an elevated view of the Smart Play Centre structures on a school playground as children play all around. Scene switches as the camera comes into focus on a close-up of a panel reading: Market and Café.]
[video: a woman pulls a young girl in a wheelchair back away from the structure. Scene switches to the young girl seating in a wheel chair as she explores at the Market vegetable stand. She grabs onto the apple of the vegetable stand.]
Boy off camera: We got all the money!
[video: scene switches to a close-up view of a sign on the Market/Café structure. The sign is printed to look like would with images of different fruit and vegetables boarding around green text that reads: Farmer’s Market Café.]
[video: scene switches as the camera pans up the vegetable stand with images and labels of the different fruits and vegetables. Scene switches to two girls standing on the seats of the meal table as they investigate the small windows of the Market Café. Camera angle switches to one of the girls as she kneels to make an order through the Café order talk through panel.]
[video: close-up view of the Market Café window box engraved with the words: How does your food taste?]
[video: scene switches to a girl riding down the Smart Play Loft slide as a boy slides down the slide from the Smart Play Fire Station structure. Scene switches to a top down view of a girl sliding down the Loft slide. Scene switches to an overhead view of the roofs of the Smart Play Centre structures as children play at the different panels and activities. Children can be heard having indistinct mumbled conversations all around. Scene switches to a close-up of a sign on the Fire Station structure reading: Fire Station No.1.]
[video: scene switches to a close-up of the front of the Fire Engine structure where the front Permalene panel is designed like the front grill of a truck with the words: Engine 601.]
[video: scene switches to a boy and girl as they touch and look at the DigiFuse Dalmatian printed panel on the side of the dog house crawl tunnel. Scene switches to inside the Fire Station structure as children play inside. A girl sits down on the decking of the structure and leans out of the exit.]
Girl: I like that.
[video: the camera pans up the inside wall of the Fire Station structure where a DigiFuse printed fire fighter uniform with face mirror is mounted to the wall. The camera pans around the inside of the structure where a girl plays. She turns to the camera and says: Hello. Scene switches to a view of children playing at the Dashboard play panel of the Fire Truck structure. A girl turns around to smile into the camera. She leans her head in and bumps the camera lens. Scene switches to a view down one of the elevated connecting crawl tunnels. A girl climbs through the tunnel towards the camera. Scene switches to a close-up of a child’s feet as they walk up the vegetable climbing steps into the Market Café. Scene switches to a girl inside the Market Café quickly spinning the open close panel. Scene switches to a view inside the Smart Play loft as a girl climbs through the connecting crawl tunnels to the Fire Station structure. Scene switches to a close-up of three girls faces as they bark like dogs into the camera lens. The camera zooms out away from them as they continue to bark like dogs. A girl sitting inside the Market Café points to a DigiFuse panel printed with healthy snacks and images of foods.]
Girl: This isn’t real.
[video: more children climb into the Market Café to look at the Healthy Meals and Snacks panel. Scene switches to a top down view of girls playing at the Meal table outside the Market Café. They slide DigiFuse plates printed with different meals on them. The girls slide the plate to different areas on the table. Scene switches to a view across the play area to a group of girls gathered around the meal table. A woman pushes a young girl in a wheelchair to the front of the Fire Engine structure when she grabs onto the decorative lights and front bell panel. Scene switches back to a close-up of a woman’s hand pointing to one of the sliding plates on the meal table. Camera switches to a close-up of a girl seated in a wheelchairs face. She looks up and smiles. A woman speaks off camera.]
Woman: We would like two pieces of toast.
[video: scene fades to black and back into a close-up of a young boy as he turns and smiles to the camera.]
[video: scene fades to black and back into the camera zooming out of a close-up of a young girls face while she pierces her lips at the camera. Scene switches to a close-up of a boy’s face as he shows his bottom teeth to the camera. Scene switches to an overhead view of the Smart Play Centre play structure as children play below. A child rings a bell somewhere on the structure. Screen goes black with the Landscape Structures logo in the center of the screen. The Landscape Structures logo is made of a red ribbon undulated above the text Landscape Structures. More text below the logo reads: For a better tomorrow we play today.]
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Smart Play® Centre – U.S. Patent numbers D832,965, D859,563 and D873,365
Smart Play® Fire Station – U.S. Patent number D859,563
Smart Play® Loft – U.S. Patent number D832,965
Smart Play® Market Cafe – U.S. Patent number D873,365
Smart Play® Nook – U.S. Patent number D832,964
Smart Play® Venti® – U.S. Patent number D807,978