There are many benefits to playing outdoors. Overall, it promotes the healthy development of body, heart and mind. In terms of motor development, the child who plays, and plays outdoors, discovers what his body is capable of and increases his physical abilities. Emotional expression is also central to play, relating to others, and fostering self-esteem and self-confidence. Moreover, good outdoor fun contributes positively to learning and academic success.Read more 4 surprising facts about the effect of play on child development
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On October 12th, Jambette's Albertan dealer Vilmac Systems will participate to the 2018 AUMA (Alberta Urban Municipalities Association) Convention & AMSC (Alberta Municipal Services Corporation) Trade Show in Red Deer, Alberta.Read more Jambette at the 2018 AUMA Convention and AMSC Trade Show
This next September, many park and recreation professionals, citizen advocates and industry suppliers, such as Jambette, will reunite in Indianapolis, at the Indiana Convention Center, for the 2018 NRPA Annual Conference.Read more Jambette at the NRPA Annual Conference
To play is essential for children, especially since a number of studies have shown that children play less, are outdoors less and are less healthy than previous generations. For the child, play is life at its best! Play contributes to the child’s growth in addition of providing the ideal backdrop for self-discovery and for discovering the world. It helps the child develop as he or she, at play, learns to change and adapt his or her own game.Read more These Tricks Will Help You to Get Your Children Out to Play !
The annual conference of the Florida Recreation and Park Association, the FRPA, will be held from August 27 to 30, 2018 in Orlando, Florida. Our dealer in Florida, Project Innovation Inc., will be there to represent Jambette's products.Read more Jambette at the 2018 FRPA Annual Conference
A number of studies have shown that children play less, are outdoors less and are less healthy than previous generations. Leisure activities outdoors have decreased at an alarming rate in favour of time spent in front of televisions, computers, tablets and smartphones.Yet unstructured outdoor play, whether in nature, the backyard or at a park, not only gets children moving, but also helps them develop healthy lifestyle habits that will last a lifetime.Read more 4 Tips for Daycares And Schools to Getting Children Out to Play