ROSEDALE POP UP PARK

PROBLEM AND QUESTION

P There is a lack in resources when it comes to recreational equipment and activities. Q How can design help encourage and facilitate more physical activity in the youth of Rosedale?

ACTIVE AUDIENCE

HOW DO WE PLAY, PLAY MORE, & KEEP PLAYING?

PLANTING SEEDS

PROVIDING SIMPLE IDEAS + TOOLS

CHILD FEEDBACK
prototype no. 1

MY PLAY SPOT
Draw me!

MY PLAY SPOT

IDYEA!BOX

Draw your idea here

MY PLAY SPOT
what is y r fav ite peice of equipment the play nd

MONKEY BARS SEA SAW ANYTHING ELSE?
Want to see s ething new? name des ibe what y l e ab t play nds

SLIDES

SWINGS

TEEDER TODDER

MONKEY BARS

AVOID THE LAVA
+
TIRE, PIPE, TRASH CAN PLANK OF WOOD

PALLET

ROPE

ITS SIMPLE, KEEP PLAYING

ITS SIMPLE, KEEP PLAYING

THE TEEDER TODDER
ITS SIMPLE, KEEP PLAYING
ITS SIMPLE, KEEP PLAYING

MONKEY BARS
THE PALLET SWING

KEEPING CHILDREN PHYSICALLY ACTIVE.

KEEPING CHILDREN PHYSICALLY ACTIVE.

KEEPING CHILDREN PHYSICALLY ACTIVE.

CREATIVITY. PROBLEM SOLVING. DIY

ROSEDALE

EQUIPMENT
USE these to start games
Broom stick bats cones Rubber mat Frisbee Jump Rope Jerseys Beachball Rubberball Wiffleball Tennis ball Sticks

ADD These to make things more fun
Run Hop Skip Kick Throw/Catch Obstacle course Relay

TO DO’s

TRY making something the goal
First to 25 Tag Freeze Obstacles Last 1 standing Teams

GOALS

THE FIELD
WHERE should we play
Landmarks No boindaries On the Grass Concrete Cones Fence

POTENTIAL TOTES

1. Providing the tools

2. Deciding on equipment

HOP. CRAWL. RELAY.

3. PICKING “To Do’s”

THROWING & KICKING

THEY WANTED IN...

SO WE LET THEM JOIN

Teamwork

What makes this memorable?
LET’S CONCIDER THE BIPRODUCTS

COLLABORATION. LEADERSHIP. CREATIVITY.

THE ROOTS

BUILDS COMMUNITY

ACTIVATING CHILDREN
IMAGINATIVE. PLAYFUL. PHYSICAL

POTENTIAL?

POTENTIAL?

POTENTIAL?

POTENTIAL?

POTENTIAL?

ROSEDALE

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