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Miracle Playsystems wants to help simplify planning and designing your project. 

We have compiled a Design Resources page where you can find CAD blocks of standard equipment,

CAD Details, boiler plate specification documents, educational white papers and much more! 


Click on the links below to be re-directed to the manufacturer page where you can find design tools and links such as catalogs, CAD blocks of equipment, CAD details, and boiler plate specifications.  A good starting point when designing a project is to use stock play equipment as a placeholder until you decide on something more specific.  We are also happy to design anything specific for your site.


Please CONTACT US directly for high resolution images, site specific designs, renderings,

3D models or for more information on a product.  


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The Importance of Play in Child Development

Is there anything that sounds more joyful than the sound of kids at play? The happiness on their faces and the sound of bliss in their voices show how much kids enjoy being able to play and engage with friendships in their community. School and community playgrounds are often the foundation of friendships that last years. Not only does play help kids develop their social skills and build friendships, but it also provides numerous other benefits that help a child become well-rounded. What is the role of play in child development? Read on to learn how play promotes children’s development and learning.


The Importance of Sensory Play at Playgrounds

From day one, a child’s brain is wired to use their senses to explore the world around them. Even before they can talk, babies put things in their mouths, make noises, and grab anything they can get their hands on. As children grow older, this natural inclination to explore continues — they bang on pots and pans, taste new foods and listen to music.

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