Back to School: Learning in Center Stage Productions Play Parks

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As August comes to a close, families across the country are in the midst of Back-to-School shopping. For some lucky children, learning kicks off early with a trip to the mall. Center Stage Productions’ soft play parks provide malls with an interactive environment in which children can develop several social and motor skills that they can utilize once they’re back in the classroom.

 

Public play parks allow children to interact with new friends. This interaction helps to develop social skills that are necessary for success in school and beyond. Our custom themed soft play parks provide an opportunity for children to develop these social skills in a fun, unique environment.

 

Additionally, activities in play parks are designed to strengthen a young child’s fine motor skills. Many of our parks contain wall-mounted interactive play activities, where a child has a literal hands-on experience. KidsinPlaypark

One of the best embodiments of the educational benefits offered at play parks is our ABC’s themed park. This play park features an abundance of ABC’s and 1-2-3’s, surrounding young children with literacy and math in the form of fun.

 

CenterStageProdRuleBoardParamusParkIn addition to developing numerous skill sets, the park provides children a safe place to play. At every Center Stage play park, kids and parents will find a set of park rules and guidelines for their safety.

 

According to the National Retail Federation’s 2013 Back-to-School Survey conducted by Prosper Insights & Analytics, families with school-age children will spend an average $634.78 on apparel, shoes, supplies and electronics. Total spending on back-to-school is expected to reach $26.7 billion. This means there will be tons of tiny feet exploring indoor play parks at malls, hopefully learning a thing or two.

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