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Little Angels Daycare

Moorhead, MS USA


Playground Overview

Center stage at this bright, sunny playground are Talking is Teaching DigiFuse® panels developed in partnership with Too Small to Fail’s "Talking is Teaching: Talk, Read, Sing" campaign. These panels encourage literacy learning on the playground with friendly and engaging illustrations as well as questions to get your kids talking and learning. Along with the Talking is Teaching panels you’ll find a PlayShaper® playstructure where kids can slide, crawl through tunnels and climb. If that’s not enough, there’s also a Smart Play®: Motion 2-5 and a Sensory Play Center® where kids can continue the fun all while developing their motor, cognitive and sensory skills. A SkyWays® Back-to-Back Cantilever shade structure provides the maximum amount of shade with the fewest posts for everyone on the playground. 

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Playground Details

  • Age Ranges

    • 6 to 23 months
    • 2 to 5 Years
  • Design Standards

  • ASTM
  • Installed

  • October 2016
  • Design/CAD Files

  • Min Area Required

  • Total Area: 59' x 29' (17,98 m x 8,84 m)
    6-23 Mos. Area: 35' x 29' (10,67 m x 8,84 m)
    2-5 Area: 24' x 23' (7,32 m x 7,01 m)

  • Max Fall Height

  • 32" (0,81 m)

  • Project Price Range

  • $60K-$79K

    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 Landscape Structures Smart Play Motion playground and freestanding learning wall panels at Little Angels Daycare in Moorhead Mississippi.

[video: fade in to a yellow SkyWays Cantilever playground shade cover a Smart Play Motion playground. A man wearing medical scrubs assists a young girl down the Motion playground slide. Children play all around the fenced in play area.]

[video: camera slowly pans left to right of the play area with the different reach learning wall panels. A young boy stands in front of the camera and itches his eye. Another young boy runs up behind the boy to smile at the camera.]

[video: camera slowly pans showing the entire learning wall playground climber with Too Small to Fail learning panels and slide.]

[video: a woman sits on a ground level playground decking connected to a crawl tunnel on the learning wall playground. The woman holds out her hand to a young girl as she begins to step up on to the decking. A young girl stands by the crawl tunnel looking in through the top viewing panels into the tunnel. The girl bangs her hands on the tunnel as children climb through.]

[video: Top down view of a boy playing with the Bead and Block panel. A woman helps the boy spin the beads as she says the different color of the beads.]

Woman: Just look at this, yellow, black.

[video: scene switch to two toddlers standing and looking at a Too Small to Fail learning panel. A woman off camera speaks]

Woman: Dog, come on Elijah.

[video: scene switch to a different Too Small to Fail panel where a young boy points to clothing on the panel. A woman asks the boy about the panel off camera.]

Woman: Now point at the shoes.

[video: the young boy looks around the panel. The woman bends down and helps the boy by pointing at the shoes on the panel. Top down view of two women sitting on either side of a Too Small to Fail panel with young children standing next to them. The woman and children point to the panel at different images.]

Woman: Say socks.

Children: Socks.

Woman: Shirt.

Children: Shirt.

[video: scene change to the tunnel on the learning wall playground. A young boy crawls through the tunnel on his hands and knees away from the camera. He reaches the end of the tunnel and stops to sit down and look back at the camera.]

[video: a young girl stands and turns the steering wheel at the Pilot panel. A woman leans her arms on the top of the panel on the opposite side. She looks down at some children standing by here.]

[video: top down view of a baby girl as she stands up at the Chimes panel. She looks up at the camera. When she lets go on the panel her hand brushes the chimes and she walks away.]

[video: top down view of a young girl sliding down the slide on the learning wall playground. A woman stands next to the slide to spot the little girl as she slides.]

Woman: Now, let’s go. [cheers for young girl]

[video: Children play at the Fun Mirror panel. The man wearing the metal scrubs stands next to the children as they spin the panel. Camera zooms in as the boy and the man spin the Fun Mirror panel together.]

Woman off camera: It’s spinning, say spinning. It’s going around and around.

[video: camera zooms in on a young girl as she spins the Rain Sound Wheel panel. Camera switch to a top down view of a boy as he spins the Rain Sound Wheel panel. A woman stands next to the boy as he spins the wheel.]

Woman: Spin it again.

[video: camera switches to children sitting at a Sand Table. A woman walks up and bends over to feel the sand with her hand.]

Woman: Feel it, it feels good to my hand.

[video: scene switches to a boy as he pushes a toy car on the Smart Play Motion playground toy race track.]

[video: scene switches to a side view of a ground of children as the look at a Too Small to Fail learning panel. A young girl standing closest to the camera wearing bows in her hair turns to smile at the camera. A woman points to a cloud on the panel.]

Woman: Blue cloud, blue cloud.

[video: camera zooms in on a boy’s face as he looks into the camera lens with wide eyes. Fade out to a boy as he looks over the top of the toy race track on the Motion playground. He rests his chin on the track as he holds on to his toy car and stairs at the camera. Fade to black, Landscape Structures logo appears with text below reading: For a better tomorrow we play today.]

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Moonshot Recreation
1000 Highland Colony Parkway
Ridgeland, MS 39157
Phone 601-427-1090

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