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[[Image:DSC01531.jpg|thumb|250px|a play area]]
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A '''play area''' can be a [[playground]], a nearby [[park]], a [[playroom]] or just a section of another room, like the [[basement]] or child's [[bedroom]].
A '''play area''' can be a [[playground]], a nearby [[park]], a [[playroom]] or just a section of another room, like the [[basement]] or child's [[bedroom]]. It may have storage for [[toy]]s -- shelves or a toy box. Often, there will be a rug or other surface to make the ground less hard.
 
   
==Considerations==
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Some key considerations for a play area are
 
* [[safety]]
 
* [[age appropriateness]]
 
* ease of [[cleaning]]
 
* educational activities
 
* appropriate [[storage]] that can be used by the players
 
   
[[File:Discussing_tools_with_Grandpa_Steve.jpg|thumb|left|A play area - time to talk with grandpa.]]
 
 
==Related==
 
==Related==
 
* [[sandbox]]
 
* [[sandbox]]
 
* [[toy box]]
 
* [[toy box]]
* [[swing]]
 
* [[shelf]]
 
* [[children]]
 
* [[yard]]
 
* [[playing]]
 
* [[game]]s
 
   
[[File:IMG_9757.jpg|thumb|Playground equipment in the snow. Might be nice to have a place to play at home too?]]
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==External links==
 
* [http://kidshealth.org/parent/firstaid_safe/outdoor/playground.html Playground Safety] from KidsHealth (Nemours)
 
* CPSC (U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission's [http://www.cpsc.gov/cpscpub/pubs/325.pdf Public Playground Safety Handbook]
 
[[Category:Playing]]
 
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