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The world has changed. Levels of physical activity have dropped and health care costs have risen.
Playful cities for happier, healthier communities. People, and children in particular, are less physically active by the day. This heavily impacts health and quality of life.
Play supports language development – especially when the adults play along
The physical activity habits of children are established as early as the first year of life and have been suggested to follow many children through their school years into adulthood
Around the world parents, professionals and politicians are worried about the decline in children’s health.
Challenging playgrounds are an evident answer to the physical inactivity of today’s children. They encourage self-chosen, voluntary physical activity, but are they safe?
Children burn two thirds of the required 150 calories during 30 minutes of play on KOMPAN school age playgrounds