The Contemporary Xccent Play! Early Childhood Line is Revealed…

Are you looking for a contemporary playground that the smallest of children, who are ready to begin climbing around and creating their own kind of fun, can dream big while playing on?  Xccent Play! has recently released its Early Childhood Assembly Line, which caters to the two to five age range.  Specifically designed with bright colors and whimsical shapes, this line has all sorts of features that little kids everywhere are going to have a blast using.

The Mulberry Bridge, from Xccent Play!

The Mulberry Bridge, from Xccent Play!

This fresh go at play equipment includes many memorable features.  For instance, a combination between a bridge and a rock wall climber, the Mulberry Bridge offers a safe outlet for children to climb around on.  With color schemes and a creative concept that are sure to excite any taste, the Mulberry Bridge is a great addition to a playground design.  Some small features like the Dizzy Daisy, the Sweet Pea, and the Teetering Tulip—which are different forms of spring riders in a sense—can be placed around the Mulberry Bridge to create a balanced and accessible site.  However, these aren’t the only features available from the Early Childhood Assembly Line.

The Spiraea is a new version of the teeter-totter that can move both up and down and from side to side.  Plus, instead of a two-child capacity, there is room for three, as the Spiraea is shaped like a triangle with its planks converging in the center.  Next is the Periwinkle.  This fun contraption looks like a life saver turned on its side with seats stuck to either end.  Allowing kids to sway back in forth, this O shaped feature is made to rock.  The big brother of the Periwinkle, the Petunia has two Os connected together so there is space for four kids to rock out back and forth.


The Early Childhood Assembly Line, from Xccent Play! is made for children aged from two to five.  Kids in this range will have an awesome time playing on these features, while gaining the benefits of play.


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