La Verendrye School
Portage la Prairie, MB Canada
The Evos® Eclipse® Net Plus is just the start of the fun at La Verendrye School in Portage la Prairie, Manitoba, Canada. In addition to the arched posts and star-shaped net climber, outriggers including the Rush Slide extend the challenge and fun to more playground components. Bridges, climbers and playground spinners keep students ages 5 to 12 active and engaged as well as encourage socialization, cooperation and imaginative play during recess.
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Video features Landscape Structures playground at La Verendrye School in Portage la Prairie, Manitoba Canada.
[video: camera switches from several girls as they speak to the camera.]
Girl: My favorite thing about the playground is the slide.
Girl 2: My favorite thing about this playground is the surfboard.
Girl 3: My favorite part about the playground is the monkey bars.
Girl 4: My favorite part about the playground is the web.
[video: fade to black. Fade in to full view of a Evos playground with children playing all around. Top down view of children climbing on and through the Eclipse Net climber. A boy climbs across the ropes of the SwiggleKnots bridge. Kids speak off camera.]
Child 1: Who’s it?
Child 2: Me.
[video: camera comes into focus while shooting through the ropes of the Eclipse Net climber as a girl climbs downwards. A girl climbs over to a boy on the Eclipse Net climber and taps his arm initiating a game of tag. Camera pans vertically up the Eclipse Net climber. A girl stands at the top of the ropes on the climber. Two boys climb across the SwiggleKnots rope bridge.]
[video: camera pans up as a boy bounces on an Eclipse Net climber rope. Another boy stands on a rope nearby. Camera is placed on the support rope of the Boogie Board. Two girls sit on the belted board area and balance as they swing back and forth. Camera zooms in on a girl’s face who is climbing on the Eclipse Net climber. Top down view of the two girls sitting on the Boogie Board swinging. Three boys sit on the Boogie Board and swing back and forth in slow motion. They smile and laugh. Camera pulls back for a full view of the Eclipse Net climber. Three children climb on the Eclipse Net climber. Top down view of girl holding on to the hand hold for the Tight Rope bridge. Stephanie Brown a Home Economics and Physical Education teacher speaks to the camera.]
Stephanie: We chose this design because that’s what the student voice told us. We grabbed a group of students in the grade 4 to 6 last year.
Stephanie voiceover: What would they like to see in a playground. They wanted something that you know they could slide on they wanted something they could climb on. They wanted something they could have spinning and movement, right? Which for a wide variety of children they love that sensory, right? With that spinning motion.
[video: children climb on Eclipse Net rope climber. Two boys sit face to face on Boogie Board and swing. A girl slides down the Eclipse Rush slide. Children climb all around on Eclipse Net rope climber. Young girl spins on the Blender Spinner. Top down view of two boys spinning themselves on the Sol Spinner with rope hand holds. Two girls sit face to face and swing on Boogie Board in slow motion. A boy and girl spin on the Sol Spinner together. A boy walks across the Tight Rope bridge. Camera back to Stephanie speaking to camera.]
Stephanie: It’s just been us following their voice. We haven’t had to make any adjustments as far as-
Stephanie voiceover: tightening of bolts or anything like that it’s been extremely sturdy we have definitely had a huge winter that we just endured, right? And as far as cold goes it’s held up completely fine. Out here it’s really aware of the elements it’s not very sheltered.
[video: camera zooms in on rope connector ball to Eclipse Net climber frame. Camera zooms in on child’s feet as they stand on Eclipse Net climber rope. Camera zooms in on a child’s feet as they stand and spin on the Sol Spinner. Tight frame shot of children climbing on the ropes of the Eclipse Net climber. Camera zooms in on Eclipse Net climber ground mounts. Birds eye view over Eclipse Net climber, Eclipse Rush Slide, Bow Ladder monkey bars, SwiggleKnots bridge and Boogie Board. Children look up at camera as they climb on Eclipse Net climber. Camera pans across entire play area as children play all around. Camera back to Stephanie speaking to camera.]
Stephanie: So, it’s been very durable and help up nicely.
[video: camera follows girl as she slides down Eclipse Rush Slide. Camera zooms in on girl’s hands as she holds onto the overhead handholds for the Tight Rope bridge. Camera does an elevated pan across the entire playground. A group of children gather and stand on the Eclipse Net climber. Camera pans forward as a girl swings on the rungs of the Bow Ladder monkey bars. Two boys play on Wobble pods.]
[video: camera zooms in on a ball knot on the SwiggleKnots bridge. Fade in to a young boy smiles at the camera. Fade in to a girl smiling through the ropes of the Eclipse Net climber at the camera. Fade in to a different girl smiling through the ropes of the Eclipse Net climber at the camera. Fade in to a boy smirking at the camera. Camera zooms in on girl’s upper body as she swings from the rungs of the Bow Ladder monkey bars. She smiles at the camera a she swings by. Two girls swing in unison on the Bow Ladder monkey bars in slow motion. One girl drops one of her hands as she swings to face the camera and give a “peace” sign with her free hand. Fade to black, text appears on screen reading: Better playgrounds. Better world. Landscape Structures logo slides up from the bottom replacing the text.]
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Play Systems featured in this Playground
Ages 5 to 12 Years
Evos® attracts kids with its unique appearance and endless opportunities for unstructured fun. Its ground-to-ground arches allow kids of all abilities to join in the fun. But most importantly, Evos lets kids find their own ways to play while building muscle strength, endurance and mental agility.
U.S. Patent Nos. 8,021,240, 8,366,562, 8,485,911 and 9,089,731. Canada Patent No. 2,658,420.
Ages 5 to 12 Years
The PlayBooster® playground structure, the original post-and-clamp system, combines exciting ground-level components with climbing events and overhead activities for kids ages 5 to 12. The PlayBooster family includes the interconnected cables of Netplex®, the contemporary Vibe®, the nature-inspired Tree House and the double-decker PlayOdyssey® Tower.
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