Lakeside Child Development Center
Omaha, NE USA
The Lakeside Child Development Center welcomes infants and toddlers, which means they need to provide play opportunities for both. The play space design for kids ages 6 to 23 months focuses on interactive and sensory-rich experiences, while the additional playground for 2- to 5-year-olds offers opportunities for more full-body activities. While they play, both sets of children are developing their balance, coordination and social skills.
- 6 to 23 months
- 2 to 5 Years
- September 2012
Min Area Required
Total Area: 128' x 34' (39,01 m x 10,36 m)
6-23 Mos. Area: 68' x 41' (20,73 m x 12,5 m)
2-5 Area: 60' x 34' (18,29 m x 10,36 m)
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Video features a Landscape Structures playground for the ages 6 to 23 months and 2 to 5 years old at the Lakeside Child Development Center in Omaha Nebraska.
[video: children and parents walk into a fenced in play area. Text in bottom right corner reads: Ages 6-23 Months.]
[video: children and parents walk and play all around learning panels. Camera zoom sin on parents and children playing at learning panels. Two babies look at each other from opposite sides of a crawl tunnel. Camera zooms in on the backs of two babies standing at a play panel. A young girl slowly slides down a slide away from the camera. Camera slowly zooms in on a woman holding up a baby boy. She smiles and hugs the baby with her hands.]
Woman: Say yes, yes.
[video: baby looks up and smiles. Camera pans over the top of a look through crawl tunnel. A toddler crawls away from the camera through the look through crawl tunnel. A young girl giggles while crawling through and out of a crawl tunnel. Camera switches to an elevated view where woman hold babies and toddlers walk around and play with learning panels. Camera zooms in on a woman sitting at a table and bench panel while holding a baby. Jeanne Beshlian the team lead at Lakeside Child Development Center speaks to the camera while she holds a baby boy.]
Jeanne: Oh, we love it it’s fantastic we’re so excited it’s finished and it’s here.
Jeanne voiceover: The biggest benefits is that it’s for a lower age and so we have equipment for all the way from six months all the way up to five years of age, so we can get the babies out and let them move around and explore their environment which is wonderful.
[video: toddlers and babies are accompanied by several women as they play all around on different learning wall panels. A young girl slides down towards the camera. A baby and two toddlers try to climb past each other through the look through crawl tunnel. A woman holds her hands out to spot a baby girl as she holds herself up on the playground decking. Two women roll a crib of babies into the play area. Top down view of a baby girl standing at a chimes panel. Baby girl looks up at camera. A baby boy sits in front of a mirror on the Bead and Block panel. He reaches his hands out to the handholds on the panel. Camera switches to a top down view of the baby boy sitting in front of the Bead and Block panel. He claps his hands together. Camera back to Jeanne speaking to the camera.]
Jeanne: I would say they like the music.
Jeanne voiceover: They like the musical things they like all the things they can touch and that it’s at their level.
[video: a baby lifts the lever to ring a chime on the Xylofun panel. The baby hits the levers on the Xylofun panel. Camera zooms in on the beads on the Beads and Block panel. A child spins the beads from the opposite side of the panel. A young girl plays the Chimes panel. Camera back to Jeanne talking to the camera.]
Jeanne: They’re doing great with their crawling they’re sleeping better.
Jeanne voiceover: It’s just very active and it’s a good it’s a good thing for them.
[video: ground level view of baby and toddler feet as they walk by and climb onto playground decking. Camera zooms in on young girls face as she bits her bottom lip. Toddlers talk to a woman sitting at table and bench panel. Top down view of a toddler climbing up the playground decking. Camera ground level of a baby’s feet as they walk past.]
[video: two toddlers sit at the bench and table panel while looking past the camera. A woman laughs off camera. Top down view of children playing and crawling all around learning panel area. A woman speaks to a toddler.]
Woman: Hi Kali, how are you?
[video: a young girl peaks over the table panel. Side view of a baby walking towards a woman.]
Woman: Come on, yeah!
[video: camera switches to the 2 to 5-year-old outdoor playground area with a Hip Skyways shade. Camera switches to a concrete frog statue. Camera zooms in on frog statues eyeball. Camera pulls back for a view of the colorfully painted back of the frog statue. Children run through the fence entrance to the playground area shouting with excitement. Text appears in lower right corner reading: Ages 2 – 5. A woman holds the hand of a young boy as they walk towards the playground steps. Camera slowly zooms in on a boy as he slides down the double slide. A toddler holding a blanket and spinning the steering wheel of the Navigator panel. Children stand at the top of the stairs on the two to five-year-old playground.]
[video: two children walk as they grab the runs of the horizontal monkey bar ladder. Camera pulls back as children play all around the two to five-year-old playground. Top down view of a group of children as they look up at the camera a boy of camera speaks.
Boy: Why do you have your dad?
[video: a girl jumps up to grab the rungs of the horizontal monkey bar ladder. The girl looks at the camera while she hangs.]
Girl: I did it.
[video: camera fallows as two children climb up a vertical loop ladder. A girl squats investigating something on the ground near the frog statue. A young girl stands next to the girl squatting. Camera slowly zooms in on children as the run all around the frog statue. The frog statue mists water out of its mouth. A girl off camera speaks.]
Girl off camera: Don’t cover his mouth.
[video: camera switches to a side view as a group of children stand by the frog statue as it mists the air. A girl leans on the frog and places her hand in front of its mouth to feel the mist. A girl speaks to the group of children gathered by the misting frog.]
Girl: Hey guys do you want to look for a rainbow?
[video: top down view as a group of children circle around the misting frog. Camera pulls back for a full view of the open area where the misting frog is located. Children run around the frog and hold their hands out to feel the mist. Camera zooms in on frog’s face as it mists the air. A girl speaks off camera.]
Girl off camera: Hey guys I found the rainbow.
[video: the camera giggles as a girl stomps up the playground stairs. A girl climbs up the Pod climber to the playground decking. A girl walks down the playground stairs towards the camera. A second girl stands at the top of the stairs holding onto the railing panels and speaks to the camera.]
Girl: Watch me jump off of here.
[video: the girl jumps down from the middle step to the first step. She screams with excitement. Another girl screams the same off camera. The girl jumps from the first step down to the playground decking. Ground level view of two children’s feet as they sit on a log bench. A child off camera makes a animal growling noise.]
[video: A girl kneels on the top of the Cozy Dome. She dangles her hands through the holes of the Cozy Dome. A boy loses his grip while sitting on the Cozy Dome he begins the slide down but pulls himself back up. Camera switches to three children sitting inside the Cozy Dome. A boy sitting in the Cozy Dome talks to the two girls sitting across from him.]
Boy: It’s a cheese house.
[video: a girl hangs from the horizontal ladder. Camera zooms in on child’s foot as they stand on a vertical loop ladder. A boy smiles as he scoots through a crawl tunnel. Side view of a boy sliding down a double slide. A girl sitting at the top of the double slide slides down the slide. Camera zooms in on two girls as they look at each other while playing. Camera zooms in on a girl’s hands with her fingernails painted. Camera switches to a boy laying on a log bench on his stomach. He rests his head in his hands while leaning on his elbows. Fade to a girl looking and smiling. Fade to two girls as they smile at the camera. A group of children stand holding on to each other’s shoulders as they smile and pose for a photo. Fade to a boy smiling at the camera. Fade to a full view of the two to five-year-old playground area with overhead Skyways shade.]
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