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    after it calmed down we ate lunch at pizza hut. Then we just drove the rest of the way to my house after stopping at a gas station in Cambridge to use the bathroom all because of my sister and I got a pop and chips while we were there. Then when we got home we unloaded everything from the cars I had to carry most of the bags to our table in our kitchen. Jamestown, a town this is in the middle of nowhere it's like north branch in size anyway, but this town has more churches and other thing for people to do their. It is about six hours from mount Rushmore tho we were gonna go there while we were in north Dakota but we didn't but in Jamestown we found a pioneer village. I had a lot of fun while I was in Jamestown going down the water slides and going to pioneer…

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    The Waterslide Linde Kramer My heart was pounding as I raced down the snake-like waterslide. I plunged into the icy water. The line was getting shorter. If I hurried, I could go again and not have to wait very long! A little boy wildly shot out of the slide. He surfaced, gasping for breath. Wow, I didn't know that supposedly innocent waterslide could be so intense for young children! I looked up at the Florida sun. I felt like I was trapped inside an oven whenever I was out of the water. A slow…

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    Do you know that feeling when you see something, or hear something so good that it couldn’t be true? Or hear of a story that at start you believe is fake, but then start to believe it after you witness something the same as the story? I knew that slides were fun, without water or not. And it was an opinion that I deeply believed in, that these things were fun. I believed them for so long until I went on vacation and saw the bad part about having fun. One day, when me, my mom, and my dad were…

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    Lap Pool Narrative

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    standard procedure has been instilled in all employees, making it a habit. And when the green clock on the microwave changes to 2:27, I slowly make my over to my first stand at the smaller lap pool. Of the two pools, the leisure pool always seem to be more busy than the lap pool most likely due to the fact that it has two water slides, a current, and water features. My mind then goes through all of the information on the City of Overland Park website that every guard has to know. “This heated…

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    Grant Park Observation

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    for a bench that I could sit on while I enjoyed some time in the park. I wanted to sit down and unwind for about an hour as I watched the type of people that came into the park and what they did. Looking around, I saw that there were 3 somewhat rusty benches at the front of the park all engraved with “Grant Park” on the backing of the bench. Across from the row of benches, there was a playground that was surrounded by a square, wooden frame. Inside the frame, there were many kids running around…

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    Padan Park Research Paper

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    children will find an area to perform activities. In fact, it is through these activities, the child is learning different skills and these skills would be accompanied with structural changes in the brain (Leversen, Haga, & Sigmundsson, 2012). The activities range from developmentally challenged children under the age of two and mature activities that require higher motor skills and coordination. Types of Equipment Children can play at Padan Park on a myriad of equipment ranging from simple…

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    Daycare Observation

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    room once again and they have Free play time until their parents arrive. Dismissal is from 3:30 pm to 6:00 pm. The Centre closes at around 6:30 pm The Outdoor Environment There are two areas in the backyard: the water area and the playground. The water area was closed therefore I wasn 't able to see what was in this area. The playground however was very big. It had a few tables around the area. There was also a bicycle path where the children could ride their bicycles and also run around with a…

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    Observation On Caryville

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    sliding, climbing, and screaming. When you approach the playground, there are swings where two three year old twin girls are hollering at their daddy to push them higher. To the left of them are swings where handicap kids can enjoy the breeze and laughter too. The winding slide seems to be a lot of children’s favorite; the other three regular slides do not seem to have many kids in line for them. Little girls around four and five years old, drops a stuffed baby doll down the fire pole acting…

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    Edwardsville Case Study

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    “It will be funded one way or another, but anytime we have support from the community it’s going to help us achieve other projects,” Grable said. The park, which will be named after longtime resident and alderman Leon Corlew, will feature a wet play area – called a splash pad – and a dry playground. “Our splash pad is the main feature of that park, even though it will only be open during the warm months,” Grable said. “It’s something that’s unique to our community.” The splash pad will feature…

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    The Playground Negotiation is a true to life case that takes place in Ithaca, New York. There are two officials, one from the volunteer involvement and the other in support of the Parks and Recreation Department both groups make up the Ithaca Special Projects Task Force. They have both been elected to decide on whether to fund a playground for the neighborhood. Whether they decide to build a playground or not, this task force is responsible of whether to fund the playground or choose a later…

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