A place to play, time to play, friends to play with and methods of play are the four elements in a rich play environment. Playgrounds, important places for children to play are easily found in parks, schools, child care facilities, institutions, multiple family dwellings, resorts and public spaces.
Children develop their social skills, physical coordination, strength and flexibility through play. Research shows that playgrounds are among the most important environments for children’s recreational moments outside their homes.
Date of Issue: 9 March 2010
Denominations: 1st local, 50c, 65c, 80c, $1.10, $2.00