Interested in developing plans for your own community adventure playground? Let us bring the play to you!
We recommended a pop-up play day to start. Schools, street fairs, community centers and public parks - all are great spaces to inject self-directed play. These events provide young people with the opportunity to use their imaginations to build and create through loose parts play. Supported by our playworkers, children will make their own decisions on how to use materials, space, and time. Our playworkers will work with you to introduce the concept of self-directed play to your community.
Our pop-ups utilize found and recycled materials, including cardboard boxes, wooden planks, pvc piping, fabric, markers, string, tape, and more. You gather materials (we’ll give you some suggestions) and we bring the skills to make it successful. For an additional fee, we can help source and transport materials.
Pop-ups NEAR YOU
Planning a street festival, block party or community celebration? Animate your event with a three hour pop-up! Our trained playworkers come to you and use your collected loose parts and recycled materials to introduce self-directed play to your children.
pop-ups in schools
We can bring the play to your classroom, school yard or gym with a pop-up for students and teachers. Our playworkers will work with your staff to determine the best location for this event. They will provide guidance to the staff and help develop a syllabus built around grade level needs.
If you'd like to learn more about siting and developing your own neighborhood adventure playground, we're here to help. Our staff can work with you to find out more about what your community is looking for and how to make your vision a reality. Get in touch today!
SOME OF OUR AMAZING COMMUNITY PARTNERS
NYC Department of Parks and Recreation
Trust for Governors Island
Brooklyn Children’s Museum
KOKO Open Source
The Village Alliance
Brooklyn Bridge Park Conservancy
Friends of Christ Church Cobble Hill
Rooted Us Unconference
Tribeca Family Festival
Friends of Jerome Park