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Liberty Arts Academy

Mesa, AZ USA


Playground Overview

Liberty Arts Academy has a school playground for kids ages 5 to 12 that's sure to encourage fun and fitness. The PlayBooster® playstructure delivers balance and climbing challenges plus fun playground nets. DigiFuse® playground panels teach students about the solar system and musical instruments. And to round out the playground design, the Curva® and Chill® spinners deliver the spinning thrill many kids crave.

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  • Project Price Range

  • $40K-$59K

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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 a Landscape Structures playground build by a KABOOM! community build at Liberty Arts Academy in Mesa Arizona.

[video: scene fades into a crowd of children as they scream and rush towards the newly build playground. The children scatter all around the playground to all the different fun activities. The camera moves around the playground as children climb across rope bridges and other playground climbing structures. The camera focuses on the connecting rope Space Walk climber. The camera focuses on the top rope of the climber as a girl stabilizes herself while walking across. Scene switches to a girl as she smiles while riding down a slide.]

[video: scene switches to a bird’s eye view of the entire new play area build at the academy as children play. Scene switches again as it focuses on the feet of a child as they climb up the foot and hand holds of a Corner Climber™. A young boy climbs into frame and smiles with joy. Camera switches to a full ground view of the playground structure filled with children. The camera focuses on a space themed DigiFuse® panel. The panel is illustrated with a rocket ship blasting into a galaxy full of planets, it reads “How many stars can you count?”]

[video: a girl spins her friend in a Chill® Spinner seat. Scene switches to a different girl as her friends spin her in the Chill® Spinner. Scene switches to a group of children spinning gently together on a stand up Curva® Spinner. They hoot and holler as they rotate around. Camera switches to a view across the play area to a music themed DigiFuse® panel filled with different kinds of instruments. A girl reads the panel.]

Girl: What sounds do these instruments make?

[video: the camera peers over a group of children’s shoulders as they point and name the different instruments illustrated on the panel.]

Girl: Guitar, this is a guitar. French horn, ukulele, saxophone.

[video: the scene switches to a view across the rope Space Walk climber as two girls walk across. Three friends work together to spin a girl in the Chill® Spinner seat. The camera focuses on the play are welcome sign illustrated with the funding partners that help make the playground build possible. Children play together in the background. Scene switches to a boy and girl playing on a Swiggle Stix® Bridge. The camera focuses on a boy as he quickly spins on the Chill® Spinner. Camera switches to being mounted on the Chill® Spinner facing a girl as she sits in the spinnable seat. Here friends spin her, she smirks at the camera. A different girl begins ridding the Chill® Spinner, she holds onto the side bars as her friend’s spinner her faster.]

Girl: Ahh, no.

[video: with a top down view, four girls spin and giggle together up at the camera on a Curva® Spinner. Scene switches as the camera slowly zooms in close to a smiling girls face. Scene fades to a girl as she waves to the camera as she peaks out from behind a friend’s shoulder. Scene fades to a close up of two girls as they smirk at the camera. One girl begins to laugh as the scene fades to a group of children gather on the playground smile and wave to the camera.]

[video: Screen fades to white as the Landscape Structures logo appears. A black vertical line appears next to the Landscape Structure logo as the KABOOM! slides out from behind it. A second black vertical line appears and the Exerplay logo slides out from behind it. Screen fades to black.]

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Exerplay logo made of dots changing in gradient of blue making bouncing ball path over the text below leading to a stick figure at the end of the Y in Exerplay INC.

Exerplay, Inc.
PO Box 1160
Cedar Crest, NM 87008
Toll free 800-457-5444
Phone 505-281-0151

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