Otsego Elementary School
Otsego, MN USA
Playground OverviewOtsego Elementary School is home to the newest playground design—Netplex™! The playstructure, perfect for kids ages 5 to 12, is centered around net climbing cables to engage kids' entire bodies as they play. This Netplex design, attached to the more traditional PlayBooster® playstructure, welcomes many students to play at one time teaching them about taking turns, conflict resolution and social skills all while they are having fun.
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Video features a Landscape Structures Netplex play system and PlayBooster playground at the Otsego Elementary School in Otsego Minnesota.
[video: fade in as children climb all over a Disc Net rope climber. Camera shoots up through a Watermill rope climber as kids climb up and down the ropes. A young girl off camera says: This is awesome!]
[video: a line over girls walk across a Ring Tangle Climber. A young boy swings from run to rung towards the camera on the LolliLadder monkey bars. Camera goes in and out of focus as a girl stands at the top of the Disc Net climber. A young girl climbs down towards the camera on the ropes of the Disc Net Climber. Camera switches to a side view at the top of the Disc Net Climber as children walk across the ropes and belted platforms.]
[video: close-up of children’s shoes as they stand on the ropes of the climber. Camera pans underneath the belted platforms on the Disc Net Climber while children climb overhead.]
[video: a boy jumps up in the air and turns one hundred and eighty degrees and lands back down on the Boogie Board. Camera pans across the Netplex play system as a girl spins on the Sol Spinner and a group of children climb on the ropes of the Disc Net Climber. A DigiFuse panel is printed with an eagle holding a banner reading: Otsego Elementary School. Words surrounding the eagle read: Show Your Eagle Pride!]
[video: camera pans across the Netplex play system as children climb all over the different rope activities. A group of children climb up the Watermill rope climber off the side of the Disc Net Climber. Camera pans down the Disc Net Climber as children walk and climb all over the ropes.]
[video: side view of a girl swings backwards on the LolliLadder monkey bars. The young girl swings towards the camera on the LolliLader monkey bars. Kim Monahan a Physical Ed Teacher speaks to the camera.]
Kim: You know the old playground was very outdated.
Kim voiceover: This one has wonderful things for the kids to climb on it builds upper body strength, it works on cooperation they have to take turns. Working together, pushing each other on things, it’s just a wonderful playground.
[video: camera comes into focus as a child lifts their leg up walk climbing up the ropes of the Disc Net Climber. Side view of a young girl as she makes her way across the LolliLadder monkey bars. Two girls work together to balance and sit on the Boogie Board. A boy steps down through the port hole of the belt platform on the Disc Net Climber. Two girls sit on the climber waiting their turn to go through the port hole. Two girls ride together on the Sole playground spinner. Camera back to Kim speaking to the camera.]
Kim: It’s just very fun to look out the windows and see so many kids having so much fun and being active.
[video: a girl reaches the end of the LolliLadder and her friend congratulates her. Top down view of two boys as they climb on the Watermill rope climber. Camera pans across the top of the Disc Net Climber as children climb all over. A young girl peaks up through the port hold of the belted platform on the Disc Net Climber. A girl says: Good Bye, ooh. She jumps down through the port hole almost landing on another child below. A boy lounges on the Boogie Board in the sun. Top down view of two boys as they quickly race down the Eclipse RushWinder slide. A girl fallows them down the slide.]
[video: camera pulls back for a full view of the Netplex play system and Eclipse RushWinder slide. A girl slides down the slide. A boy climbs up to the slide ladder and slides down the slide. Fade to black, text appears on screen reading: Better playgrounds, better world. Landscape Structures logo appears replacing the text.]
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Play Systems featured in this Playground
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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