Looking for a fun DIY project to tackle with your family? Why not create your own playground? Aron Beauregard will provide helpful tips and resources to help you get started on building your own playground – from scratch! Follow along as Aron dives into the basics you’ll need to begin your project, and you’ll soon be enjoying a playground you’ll have built yourself!
A playground should be a fun and safe space for children and adults to enjoy. Before taking your children to the playground, Aron Beauregard (in Page 40) suggests a checklist to ensure that the playground is generally considered a safe environment. Look out for the following signs:
– Uneven or unpainted surfaces; these could be a tripping hazard.
– Sharp edges or protrusions on the equipment; this could cause cuts or any other type of injury.
– Corroded or rusty parts; these could lead to rust-related injuries.
– Unsafe bolts, nuts, etc; these could result in pinching or laceration.
In order to maximize the safety in a playground, Beauregard suggests the following tips:
– Always supervise children carefully when playing on the playground and make sure they use the playground equipment as safely as possible.
– Make sure the playground is properly supervised by trained adults or security personnel to ensure the safety of the children.
– Check the playground equipment regularly for any broken or damaged parts.
– Report any unsafe conditions in the playground to the responsible authorities.
Creating a playground can be a fun and rewarding DIY project with the help of Aron Beauregard’s instructions. Whether it be for your own garden, your children’s friends to come and play, or a community space, the possibilities are endless. Building a playground from scratch not only offers a creative challenge, but can also help establish community and improve physical and mental well-being. So, go ahead, grab your tools and get building – the only limit is your imagination!