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How to Design an Indoor Playground?

The first factor in investing in an indoor playground is to do a good job in the design. Investors need to take into account various aspects, such as children of different ages playing different amusement projects, the entrance and exit of the site, fire exits, and some objective conditions, etc.

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1. Divide into age groups
Who is your target age group? Which age group needs to be considered? Planning a playground for which age groups the playground will serve is a crucial process. If you want to build a fully functional playground, it is necessary to fully consider the different needs of children of different ages and their developmental stages. If the playground also needs to accommodate children with disabilities, their special needs must also be fully considered.

2. Objective conditions of the site
Define the area and boundaries of the indoor playground, paying special attention to those objective factors that will affect the placement of amusement facilities, such as sewers, obstacles, lamp posts, etc.

3. Entrance and exit of the venue
The location of the indoor playground must consider the surrounding traffic conditions, whether it is convenient to bring a stroller or wheelchair.

4. Equipment placement and color
Factors such as light, shadow, sunshine, and wind must be considered. Another important factor is the color of the venue. The impact of color on children is obvious. Bright and pleasant colors will bring happy emotions to children.

5. Material selection of equipment
Confirm that your supplier has passed the relevant national certification and does not use materials containing toxic substances, such as wood containing aluminum, arsenic, and other waste materials, such as old telephone poles, railway sleepers, etc. If you have any questions, please check the relevant information.

6. Ground material protection
The ground protection must be consistent with the facilities in the area. The protective ground can be sand, safety mats, and wood chips, but it must be thick enough to slow the impact.

Different game types constitute the overall atmosphere of the playground and it is very important to meet the game needs of children of all ages, so the indoor playground must constantly understand the developmental stages and needs of children.


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