I can’t say I blame you.
You’re probably thinking, “Well, I’m just going to play in my backyard!”
And that’s what most people are doing.
But indoor playgrounds are not for everyone.
We’re all used to the idea that you need to play outside, but indoors, the real challenge is not just getting out and playing, but also maintaining that balance.
In fact, indoor playground design and use are often intertwined.
When I was a child, my mother, my father, and I were all at the same outdoor playground in our hometown of Cincinnati, Ohio.
It was called a “garden.”
My parents would sit in the backyard and play in the dirt, while I would climb on top of a tree and watch the ducks and geese.
I was just a kid, and they were just as excited about my experience as I was.
I know this sounds crazy, but we did this a lot.
I don’t know how many times my father said, “Oh, look at the ducks!
Look at the geese!”
I thought, Wow, that’s the most exciting thing in the world!
It’s what made us happy, and it’s what we still love about it.
Then, about 10 years ago, my mom moved to Los Angeles, and our backyard went from being a garden to a real playground.
My dad, who still lives in Cincinnati, took over and he built the park out of his own garage.
At first, it was a little rough around the edges, but eventually, my dad and I made it great.
Now, when I go out there, I don: I go for a stroll around the playground, I take my dogs for a walk in the grass, I play outside in the sun, and, most importantly, I sit in my own backyard and I enjoy myself.
So, to make it a little easier for everyone, I decided to share with you a few tips on how you can get the most out of your indoor playground.1.
Keep it fun!
Indoor playgrounds need to be fun, and if you’re not sure what to expect, try this: Have your kids play outside and have them sit in your backyard, or even your living room.
Your kids can do all sorts of things on the playground.
They can play in their car seats, walk around on the sidewalk, climb on the tree, climb a tree, jump from tree to tree, ride a tricycle, or play with your friends on the swing set.
They might even take a little walk around the park with you.
I love this idea.2.
Use a shade.
If you have your own outdoor space, it’s important to find a way to keep the play space cooler, and also to be able to set up shade for your kids to do their own outdoor activities.
Indoors, there is often a lot of light that is coming through your windows.
It’s not ideal, so make sure that you’re using your indoor play space with shade.3.
Create an outdoor play area.
For indoor playground designs, consider: How big is your play area?
Do you want it to be a big, or small, or medium?
I love having a playground where I can set up a large playground area or a small one.
The big difference is that, on a small play area, you may have to move the chairs or move the swings to create a space for your children to play.
On a large play area with more seating, you can have a few kids play in one spot.
A great idea is to have the playground set up so that it’s easy for all of your kids.
They could sit on the swings, or use the swings as a ladder.4.
Use colored lights.
Make sure your indoor park has some lighting.
If your playground is not very brightly lit, you’ll have to pay more attention to your kids, who may not notice.
To help kids see, play, and interact with each other, they can wear colored lights that are designed to match the colors of the trees around the play area to indicate which way the playground is. 5.
Bring your own water.
One of the best things about playing outside is that it means that you can be home with your kids all day.
When you get back home, you have a little extra water.
It means you don’t have to go to the store to buy bottled water or take out your own.
It also means that, even if your home is not a water-rich environment, you’re still able to have a fun outdoor experience.
Put a timer.
Many people say that it takes a little bit longer to get kids to sit down for a play session.
But they’re right.
Most indoor playground designers