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Children's Museum of Memphis

Memphis, TN USA

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Playground Overview

Smart Play®: Motion 2-5 is the perfect playground addition to the Children's Museum of Memphis! Designed to meet the needs of 2- to 5-year-olds, the play structure delivers 16 playground activities including cut-out shapes to peek through, a winding race car track, interactive sand shoot, bongos and ring-a-bells to play, and geometric shape-and-fit games. The Smart Play structure encourages interactive play to develop smart kids.


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Playground Details

  • Age Ranges

    • 2 to 5 Years
  • Design Standards

  • ASTM
  • Installed

  • October 2014
  • Project Price Range
  • $0K-$19K

    Pricing reflects only the equipment shown in the 3D render above. For international and exact pricing, please contact your local playground consultant.

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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 Children's Museum of Memphis indoor and outdoor playgrounds.

[video: close-up of museum sign that reads: The Children's Museum of Memphis at The Katherine and John Dobbs Family Center.]

[video: a view of a Smart Play Motion 2 to 5 years of age play structure indoors. Children crawl and climb all around the structure. A young boy hunches down and springs upwards to jump down from a foot stepper. Scene switches to a young boy going down the small slide, a young girl waits her turn at the top of the slide. She goes down the slide once the boy stands up and runs to the ladder to go back up onto the playground structure. Scene switches to a close-up of the boy and girl inside the Motion structure. They set up the toy race cars on a built-in race track. They let go of their cars and they race down the track, the young girl shouts: Woo!]

[video: camera pans the back side of the Motion play structure as a young boy enters the inclined crawl tunnel. Camera switches to a young girl laying on the artificial grass like she is making a snow angel. A young boy lays down next to her to do the same. Scene switches to a young girl as she spins the multi colored squares of the Bead Panel. A young girl kneels and plays on the Shape-and-Fit Table. Camera switches to a young girl playing with the chimes panel. A boy bangs on the Bongo Panel. Scene switches to a close-up of young boy’s feet as he crawls up the Numbers Climber on the Motion play structure.  Scene switches to a young boy as he holds his hand out pointing to each letter on the alphabet panel while signing the alphabet song. Camera switches to children playing on the Motion play structure. Young boy crawls through and out of the Inclined Tunnel. A young girl spins the Color Splash Panel. A boy spins the Optigear Panel. Camera close-up of toddler as she smiles and laughs. Camera pans the entire indoor play area at the Children's Museum of Memphis. A young girl shifts the beads back and forth on the Bead and Block Panel. A young girl standing on a large pillow falls backwards while hold a baby doll. The young girl lays on the large pillow with her baby doll. Fade to black.]

[video: camera fades into a panning view of the shaded outdoor play area at the museum. The ZipKrooz bays spray water out of their custom mister system. A young girl goes down a Double Swoosh Slide by herself. Scene switches to a young girl sliding down a Spyro Slide, her hairs stands up from the static electricity. Camera switches to the netted ZipKrooz bays as the water misting system runs. Camera view inside the netting of the ZipKrooz bay as the misters run. Camera pans left to right along the glide rail of the ZipKrooz. Camera switches to a mother as she slowly walks to push the Molded Bucket Seat with Harness Swing in one of the ZipKrooz bays. Fade to black. Landscape Structures logo appears. The  Landscape Structures logo is made of a ribbon shape undulating above the text landscape structures. Text below the logo reads: Better playgrounds. Better world.]

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Recreational Concepts, LLC.
1151 S Willow Ave Ste D
Cookeville, TN 38506
USA
Phone 931-303-0227
info@rec-concepts.com
www.rec-concepts.com

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