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Pooh Bear Daycare Center

Indianola, MS USA


Playground Overview

This playground features Talking is Teaching DigiFuse® panels developed in partnership with Too Small to Fail’s "Talking is Teaching: Talk, Read, Sing" campaign. In addition to literacy education, kids from ages 6 months to 5 years can build their strength and cognitive skills on the PlayShaper® playstructure or the Smart Play®: Motion 2-5 with slides, climbers and sensory play components. If they’re up for a different challenge, kids can head over to the Sensory Play Center® wall where the built-in tactile elements encourage kids to explore various textures and shapes as they play together. 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: 43' x 34' (13,11 m x 10,36 m)
    6-23 Mos. Area: 34' x 20' (10,36 m x 6,1 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 Talking is Teaching DigiFuse panels on the play structure at Pooh Bear Daycare Center in Indianola Mississippi.

[video: fade into a garage roof with red trimming and a Whinny the Pooh character sign at the peak of the roof. Camera switch to a multi person van with the words: Pooh Bear Childcare “Quality Care When You’re Not There” written on the side of the van. Camera switches to a close up of the Whinny the Pooh character cut out at the top of the garage roof.]

[video: close up of a Talking is Teaching DigiFuse panel that reads: Talking is Teaching, when you talk, read and sing with your children from birth, you fill their brains with words and thoughts that make all the difference to their happiness and future. You can find lots of fun ideas for talking with your children all over this playground.]

[video: a line of young children exiting a building out to the playground area. Camera switch to a full view of the play area with overhead SkyWays shade system. Teachers, parents, and children play all around the play structure.]

[video: a young boy pushes a young girl as she sits on a Saddle seat spinner. The young girl sucks on her thumb as the boy spins her. The young boy laughs after pushing her and watching her spin. Camera switches to a woman showing children the different colors of beads on the Bead and Block panel. The woman points to the different beads.]

Woman: Red, yellow, black.

[video: Elevated view of the playground area with overhead SkyWays shade system. Camera fallows two young children as they walk up the steps onto the Smart Play Motion play structure. Camera switches to a woman speaking to a group of children as they point and look at a Talking is Teaching DigiFuse panel. Camera switch to an elevated view of the SkyWays shade system over the playground area as children play.]

[video: camera slowly pans left to right as teachers and parents play with children on the Smart Play Motion play structure. Camera zooms in on a boy as he spins the Rain Sound Wheel panel. Camera pans up as children take turns sliding down the slide on the Smart Play Motion play structure. Camera zooms in on a boy’s face as he walks up to the camera. A young girl peaks over the top of a DigiFuse panel and smiles at the camera. A woman sitting next to a Talking is Teaching panel points to a carrot on the panel.]

Woman: What is this in the refrigerator?

Woman: That’s an orange carrot.

[video: a young girl reaches up to put her finger on the carrot on the DigiFuse panel.]

Woman: That’s food.

[video: Top down view of a boy as he points to different foods on the DigiFuse panel.]

Woman: What’s the name of the food chain? Is that corn?

Boy: Yeah.

Woman: Do you like corn?

Boy: Yes.

[video: camera zooms in on the woman’s hand as she points to a carton of milk on the DigiFuse panel.]

Woman: That’s milk.

[video: a young boy sitting in front of the mirror on the Bead and Block panel begins to stand himself up. A woman’s hands reach down to assist him as he stands up. A young girl holds hands with a teacher as they walk across they playground area.]

[video: fade in to two girls as they play the Bongo drum panel with drum sticks. Camera zooms in on two girls as they stand on the opposite side of a play panel, fade out. Fade in to children standing on the Smart Play Motion play structure. A boy runs his hands down the toy race track as he watches a ball roll down the track. Fade to black, Landscape Structures logo appears with the text below reading: For a better tomorrow we play today.]

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Moonshot Recreation Innovative Outdoor Environments logo made of curved moon shape line with four orange circles smallest to largest. Largest circle is the "o" in the text Moonshot. Text below reads: Recreation Innovative Outdoor Environments.

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

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