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RockCraft Boulders offer Climbing Fun for All Ages 

It goes without saying that climbing is a kind of play that comes naturally to children. Every parent and teacher knows that children will climb even before they can walk; attempting to scale the walls of their playpen or crib is virtually every child’s first challenge. Testing limits is an important part of a child’s development and climbing is an excellent means for children to expand their mental and physical limits.

As children age, there's still opportunities to incorporate the fun and challenge of climbing through bouldering. Bouldering has the adventure of rock climbing without the need for training or safety equipment being only a few feet off the ground. Over the years, rock bouldering has become a popular addition to parks and playgrounds, combining fun with new experiences and fitness.

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RockCraft Boulder a hit with kids, teachers and local media at expo! 

More than 5,000 attendees piled into the National Catholic Educational Association (NCEA)'s annual convention and expo April 7-9, and most made a beeline towards RockCraft’s fun and challenging Climbing Boulder.

RockCraft, the leading manufacturer of concrete climbing rocks for bouldering, was one of 302 exhibitors inside the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Fl., and drew thousands of eager kids, teachers and other attendees to their booth space, all eager to try their hand at climbing the boulder.

RockCraft's North American Sales Coordinator Cathy Reid, Designer/Operations Manager David Burns & RockCraft/Crozier Enterprises President Ken Crozier were on hand giving away IROCK T-shirts to the first 200 visitors who climbed all the way around the Granite boulder.

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Does your playground meet the 7 Principles of Inclusive Playground Design?

“Beyond disability, there are abilities; beyond accessibility, there is inclusion.” - Keith Christensen, Faculty Fellow at the Center for Persons with Disabilities at Utah State University

Studies show that youth with physical disabilities have a 4.5 times higher rate of physical inactivity compared to their peers. This statistic, combined with the U.S. Department of Education’s findings that 85 out of 1,000 children between the ages of 3 and 21 are living with one of the following disabilities: Physical, sensory, multiple disabilities, chronic health impairment, social/emotional, communication, cognitive; goes to show the importance of providing inclusive play.

 

2014 marks milestone anniversary for Canada’s Crozier Enterprises

Crozier Enterprises, a leading Canadian distributor of playground equipment, splash pads, sports goals and high-end commercial site furnishings, is celebrating 30 years of business in Canada.

Founded in 1984, Crozier started from humble beginnings as a one-man operation out of Winnipeg, MB and has since expanded to two, fully staffed offices in Winnipeg and downtown Toronto. With a commitment to providing superior turnkey service and installation for both its Play! and Landmark divisions, Crozier continues to experience substantial growth and industry recognition.