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Back to the playground - American children, overprotected and overprogrammed, have ever less time and space for play. But an eclectic collection of advocates is fighting back, designing bold new playgrounds that are manifestoes on the importance of fun.
- Boston, Mass.
|Author:||Drake, Bennett||||||Drake Bennett is the staff writer for Ideas. E-mail drbennett@
|Date:||Apr 15, 2007
| Abstract (Document Summary)|
Teardrop Park is at the forefront of a playground renaissance, a renewed interest in how and where children play. In recent years, noted architects have turned their attention to designing playgrounds, even as public agencies more...
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