This post was sponsored by Landscape Structures as part of an Influencer Activation for Influence Central and all opinions expressed in my post are my own.
I dream for my children to grow to be amazing leaders, be persistent, and give support & empathy to everyone they meet. As a parent, I am always looking for opportunities to give my children to learn and grow and become better people.
Did you know that Landscape Structures has created playgrounds all over the country that create inclusive play that goes beyond just accessibility and gives thought to developmental appropriateness.
You know I have six kids ages 10, 8, 6, 6, 4 & 4. That is a wide range of ages and sizes and also needs. We love exploring parks and playgrounds. Our favorites are designed by Landscape Structures. You can find the closest one to you by searching HERE.
Landscape Structures are the perfect playgrounds for my sensory seeking children. They need to be stimulated in unique ways while still being able to be safe and included. The inclusive playgrounds designed by Landscape Structures are perfect for diverse social communities.
Having an accessible and inclusive playground is so important! October is Sensory Awareness Month and as a momma of sensory seeking kiddos, I am so glad Landscape Structures values creating an environment where everyone can play.
We recently visited Tapestry Park in The Woodlands which is located right in the center of a beautiful community. The playground was beautifully designed with a whimsical touch to the structure.
My children quickly went for the climbing wall and tubed ladder. The twins, of course, had to test their skills with the twisting ladder and were so proud of themselves after conquering it.
I do my best to step back and allow them to test their bodies, their problem solving skills and abilities. Free play is one of the crucial parts of childhood where imagination and natural social skills develop.
Even though the playground was quite large, I often found all of them grouping together to show each other a new part of the playground they discovered or cheering each other on while attempting something new. It truly makes my heart proud when I see my children helping each other and cheering each other on.
I hope you have a Landscape Structure Playground close to you and your community! If you have one within driving distance make an adventure out of the day and pack a picnic lunch and go explore! You and your kids will love the designs, outdoor air, and the fun at the playground!