CVPRD is hosting the first Community Design Meeting on June 5th, 2022 at our 7916 Santa Fe Trail park property from 3-4PM. This meeting is an opportunity to imagine and design our first park together as a community! This post includes some examples of multigenerational sensory play spaces designs and ideas. We hope these pictures inspire creativity in community members to prepare for our June 5th Community Design Meeting!
Sound tunnels like this one are fun for kids of any age, parents, grandparents, and friends! Music! This device looks like it’s been designed to produce specific notes. Metal often changes pitch when exposed to heat, so it would be interesting to hear different sounds in the summer vs. winter. Chimes aren’t the only sound machine, you can’t forget about the drums! It looks like different sizes produce different pitches. How fun! Dad is able to help a little make some music of their own. The interactive sound makers come in all different kinds of designs, calling all those musically inclined! Sight is another sense that can be fun for everyone to mess around with, this mirror illusion shows a fascinating combination of two friends. Touch and sight are important sense to explore, this example has multiple purposes. The pictures can help young children learn their animals, while older children/teens could (either individually or competitively) engage in a matching game. Here’s another example of touch/sight exploration. This one is cool because it can aid in native plant identification. Another touch/sight interactive activity with opportunity for education. Small climbing installations are another idea. Here’s a fairly simple material obstacle course, it would be great for practicing balance! Interactive, unique, tactile, and sustainable! What a great idea for a natural staircase. Here we have another example of a natural staircase, this time with a slide at the top. Careful though, those metal slides get HOT in the summer! Last but not least, these net contraptions can be so exciting to stumble upon. Just be careful that they are installed low to the ground to avoid any casualties.
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