The playgrounds in the United States have become the new playgrounds, according to a new report.
And the kids love them.
A new survey from the Pew Research Center found that nearly 70 percent of parents and grandparents say that playing outside in their homes has been a part of their kid’s life.
Parents are not just doing it for their kids.
They are also doing it because of the benefits it provides to the community, according the report.
Playgrounds can also help children learn by providing the environment where they can be challenged and challenged themselves.
Playrooms are a safe space for kids, a place where they learn about other kids and their interests.
Play is fun for all kids, regardless of their age, and it can provide a safe and nurturing environment for them, the report found.
Playtime can also be a source of enrichment and social skills for parents.
It can also encourage children to explore, play, and connect.
But as we continue to grow and diversify the playgrounds are getting more popular.
In 2018, there were more than 1.2 million playgrounds across the country, and they accounted for almost one in five playgrounds.
The playground industry has grown from $5 billion in 2008 to more than $17 billion in 2018.
For more on the playground industry, visit our interactive playground map.
The new survey also found that playgrounds were becoming more popular for a number of reasons.
Parents of preschoolers, ages 3 to 7, are more likely to be playground users than their peers, the Pew report said.
In the United Kingdom, there was a 10 percent increase in playground use for preschoolers in the last five years, according a 2016 report by the Office for National Statistics.
In 2017, more than a third of British children were playing in playgrounds at some point in the year.
Parents also say that the growth of play spaces is creating a stronger community.
Play space is becoming a safer space for children, and a place for parents to engage in activities with their kids, the study found.
Parents say that it is important to encourage their kids to play in safe environments, and to encourage children from different backgrounds to participate.
The report also found the popularity of playgrounds is continuing to grow in Canada.
In Canada, more children ages 5 to 14 are playing in the country’s playgrounds than any other age group, with nearly 60 percent of kids ages 3 and younger playing in them.
That is about half the number who are playing outdoors.
In contrast, only 17 percent of children in the U.S. and U.K. are playing outside, according data from the U:S.
Department of Education.
While there are some differences in playground play levels across the U.:S.
with respect to the number of playground users, the data shows that the U.;s.
has the highest percentage of children ages 3-14 who are outdoor playrs.
In addition, playground use is also higher in the Canadian provinces of Ontario and British Columbia than in the rest of Canada.
While the Canadian play spaces are a little more crowded than in U.:: the U., they are also more accessible, accessible for all children, accessible to all kids.
And they are open to children with disabilities.
Play facilities are also becoming more accessible to children of color.
According to the U;s Census Bureau, children of all races, ethnicities, and ages play in playground facilities in the nation.
Play centers are more racially and ethnically diverse than playgrounds that are not.
In fact, about 70 percent or more of all playgrounds include spaces that are at least 95 percent or less white, according Pew.
In 2021, more and more children of different races and ethnicities are playing with play equipment, with a higher percentage of all children ages three to 14 playing in a play space.
The Pew report also showed that playground play is increasing across the United Sates.
Play spaces are increasingly being built in states such as New York and California, and are expanding in the suburbs, where more and better facilities are available.
The popularity of the playground as a safe place for kids has also expanded since 2016, with more than 6 in 10 children ages 4 to 9 playing in their own playgrounds last year.
In 2020, playground play was also seen as a critical source of social and emotional development for children.
In that same year, nearly two-thirds of children aged 2 to 4 were playing outside with other kids.
The latest data from Pew Research also showed playgrounds increased more than fivefold in popularity for the first time since 2000.
That was a big shift from 2010, when playgrounds continued to decrease.