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  • 5 Reasons to Get Your Children Outside to Play

    Quality outdoor play is essential for a child to develop their motor skills and much more. Playing outside gives children a break from learning and allows them to fully express their imagination. Learn about five fundamental benefits children get from playing outside.

    Benefit #1 – Development of Fine and Gross Motor Skills

    The growth of a child’s fine and gross motor skills come with time and increased activity. Once your child  is between eight and 12 months old, they begin to show signs of fine and gross motor skill development. It’s necessary to help them refine those skills through sensory-based activities as they continue to get older.

    How can you encourage your children to develop their fine and gross motor skills? By creating a sensory space for them of course! Add a few fun playset accessories to your backyard swing set and give your children something to hold and grab on to as they move skillfully around their playset. Take your sensory space one step further and add a small rock wall with plastic hand holds and a climbing rope.

    Benefit #2 – Less Screen Time

    As of late, it seems that more and more parents are depending on tablets or smartphones to occupy their children. Although there are benefits to children playing educational games on these devices, limit how long young children can use them.

    Screen time can also negatively impact the development of a child’s eyesight due to the close distance between their eyes and the screen. One study by the American Academy of Ophthalmology showed that playing outside will actually improve a child’s eyesight by 2% for every hour spent outside and curve early signs of myopia (nearsightedness). Playing outside gets your children away from the TV, tablet, or smartphone and outside breathing fresh air.

    Benefit #3 – Opportunities for Imagination and Release of Energy

    As the saying goes “kids will be kids,” and it’s up to the adults in their lives to let them be kids while they still can. Children can have wild imaginations and even more so, wild amounts of energy.

    The outdoors offer unlimited possibilities to be creative. When children have bottled up energy, send them to the swing set to express their imagination by acting out a story or creating a new and exciting game.

    Having the right swing set equipment for them to use as props is a necessity. Monkey bars can be the escape route to avenge the molten lava or a moat filled with hungry alligators, while a telescope and steering wheel accessory pack are the perfect accessories to maneuver away from oncoming pirates.

    Benefit #4 – Finding Enjoyment in the Outdoors

    It’s a lot easier to get children to play outside if they enjoy it! If your children are of the age, gather up some balls and introduce them to soccer, basketball, volleyball, tennis. Sports are a great way to help children enjoy the outdoors while also introducing them to new games,

    Benefit #5 – Opportunities for Socialization

    One of the best things for children besides playing outside, is to socialize with other children. Socializing presents them with the opportunity to practice manners and sharing. For families that only have one child, playing with other kids in the neighborhood will give them the chance to spend the necessary engagement he or she should have regularly.

    As the summer comes to a close, embrace what warm outdoor weather we have left and get the kids outside as much as possible. Consider adding a swing set to your backyard, which provides all of the benefits of outdoor play.  Have any questions about our swing sets? Feel free to contact us directly.

  • 5 Fun and Free Spring Activities for the Whole Family

    After this long winter, your children are probably ready to enjoy the fresh air, embrace the longer days, and have some real outdoor fun! Here is a list of five exciting family activities to keep tucked away in your back pocket for the spring time.

    1. Play in the rain

    You know the saying, “April showers bring May flowers!” Get ready for the spring time sprinkles. When the raindrops start falling, instead of staying inside, have everyone grab their rain boots and rain jackets to go out and splash around! Jump in puddles, run through the wet grass, and make a dreary day lively and exciting for the whole family. Meredith Burton put together some additional rainy day ideas for how to make your own sunshine on a cloudy day.

    1. Take reading outside

    Reading can help children develop their language skills, their imagination, and their brain develop. Why not take this constructive activity outside where the children can soak up some Vitamin D and fresh air? Have everyone in the family grab their favorite book and embrace the nice weather. If you have a covered play set, you can turn the canopied platform into your children’s personal reading nook. Depending on the story, you could test out your acting skills and re-enact a storyline!

    1. Clean up your local parks

    Are there a few parks that your family loves to go to when the weather permits? Give back to the parks that have contributed to hours of enjoyment for your family by lending a helping hand. Get out your rubber gloves and trash bags and pick up what others have left behind to keep the park clean! Your children will learn the value of community service and be rewarded with playing at the park they love so dearly.

    1. Go for a hike

    Even if you live in a more suburban area, it’s easy to find hiking trails near your home. Hikes are a great way to get your legs moving and to see all that nature has to offer! You can also look into finding nature preserves around your town to visit, too. Take in the sights, sounds, and smells of the great outdoors. During the spring, your family is likely to come across blooming flowers and budding foliage.

    1. Turn the playset into a fun-center

    Keeping the playset attractive for children at any age is easy! On a nice day, suggest playing fun games like Capture the Flag, Simon Says, and Ghosts in a Graveyard by using the swing set as a prop for the games. Take it a step further and spruce up your playset with some accessories or create a pulley system for the kids to mess with. Something that has become more popular recently is turning your play set into a backyard ninja warrior course where the kids can compete to set a new record on! Creating some sort of obstacle course is not only fun but it can help to enhance your children’s gross motor skills as they swing on the monkey bars or climb the rock wall.

  • Activities to Get Your Children Moving During the Cold of Winter

    Are you running out of fun ideas to keep the kids occupied over the cold, wintery months? We know how easy it is to want to stay bundled up under blankets when it’s so chilly out, but it’s important to make sure your kids are staying active even through the Winter doldrums. To help you out, we have compiled a list of fun indoor, outdoor, and day activities that you can do with your kids on the chilliest of days.

    Three Interactive Indoor Activities for Children

    1. Hula-hoop

    Hula-hoops are a great way to get the kids off the couch and moving. Make it even more fun by putting on some music. You can stir up a little friendly competition with the older kids and see who can hula-hoop for the longest amount of time (parents included)! If you don’t already have a hula-hoop, they now have light up hula-hoops available for purchase, so you could turn the lights out and make it a fun sleepover activity.

    1. Jump rope

    Just like hula-hooping, if you have the space in your home, jumping rope is an inexpensive activity to keep your kids entertained and active. Jumping rope will get your child’s blood flowing, improve balance, strengthen coordination, and enhance muscular endurance. Teach your kids some jump rope rhymes to keep them engaged and wanting to continue with this activity.

    1. Relay race

    If you’re able to shuffle around some furniture in your basement or another living space, you can make a little relay race. Some possible relay events are: building a tower out of blocks, singing a song, balancing a book on their head, hiding objects around the house for the kids to find, etc. This is definitely an activity that can be even more fun if Mom and Dad get involved too!

    Three Wintry Outdoor Activities

    1. Sledding

    Over the Winter months, we’re always checking the weather to see if we are going to get that Snow Day! Make sure you are prepared to make each Snow Day super, by checking your supply of sleds, winter clothes, and hot chocolate! If you’re new to the neighborhood, make sure you know where the good sledding spots are, that way when the flakes begin to pile up, you will be all set for a fun sledding adventure.

    1. Playing on the Swing Set

    A swing set can bring out the playful side of children as it gives the opportunity for kids to be active physically and mentally. Kids can swing, slide, climb and let their imaginations run wild all year around. If there is snow on the ground, you can incorporate your backyard playset as the main structure for a snow fort, and can easily turn your backyard into the biggest feature of the Snow Day! Whether you suggest to the kids to make the playset a home base for a snowy version of capture the flag or an improvised ski resort, your children will love using their imagination and playing outside all day long.

    1. Snow Obstacle Course

    Building a snow obstacle course is like building a snowman but 10 times better! An obstacle course allows children to be creative. They can build small snow ramps to pull their sleds over, or construct rows of snow cones to plow over, run, and dodge through.

    Three Exciting Day Activities for Children

    1. Bowling

    If the roads are clear and you are able to drive somewhere, take the kids or the family out for bowling! This inexpensive activity gets you out of the house and allows you to also teach the little ones a fun sport!

    1. Swimming

    Do you know if your city or town has a facility with a pool? If your city center has one, gather up the children and their swimsuits and get ready to hit the water. Swimming in the Winter is a great way to keep the kids’ swimming skills sharp and is also a great way to get a full body workout!

    1. Ice skating

    Depending on the age of your children, ice skating could be a great way for the whole family to get out of the house. Look into open skate times at your local ice rink and round the kids up to go! If your children are younger, all skating rinks have cones or metal walkers to keep smaller children stabilized while they skate.

    With these great ideas, you can spruce up a chilly day by getting your children to be active and moving either in the house or out of the house. For more backyard activity ideas visit our blog!

  • Getting the Most out of Your Swing Set

    There’s no denying that buying a backyard swing set is an investment. While you are making a purchase that can help make your children happy and healthy, it can still be a bit of a strain on the wallet. Because of the expense, people often choose wooden sets because of the aesthetics, but also because of the durability of the wood. We have compiled a couple approaches you can take in order to better prepare your wooden backyard playset for years to come so that you can get the most life out of your investment.

    Preparation #1 – Sealing and Staining

    Sealing or staining your swing set can bring new life to the wood by maintaining its natural color. By annually staining, you will also help prevent any cracking or checking that may happen to the bigger support timbers.

    How To Properly Stain Your Swing Set

    1. Take off any accessories attached to the swing set and remove any toys from on or around the set.
    2. Clean the equipment with soap and water or use a power washer for a faster cleaning. Let the swing set dry.
    3. Once the wood is dry, you should look closely at the wood and sand any rough patches.
    4. After you sand, begin applying stain or sealer. Make sure to wait a full 24 hours for the coat to dry.

    If you would like more detailed instructions, read these staining tips.

    Preparation #2 – Encourage Your Children to Play

    Even though it might require a few extra layers of clothing, your children can still use their playset year-round. Slide and jump into piles of snow or build a snow fort around the play area. The opportunities are endless with just a little imagination. You will appreciate your investment more as you see your children getting use out of it throughout the entire year.

    Keep your set maintained, safe, and long lasting for many years with this round up of preparation tips! You and your children will love playing on this purchase no matter the time of year. Visit our store for more information on our products.

  • 3 Fun Backyard Activities and Treats for Fall

    Fall is here and in full swing! Make sure you are making the most of your backyard before the winter chill strikes. Backyards are meant for play and to be a place where memories can be created. With these activities, you can turn your backyard into the perfect fall haven for your family, friends, and neighbors.

    Pumpkin Painting

    What’s the perfect activity for a crisp fall day? Pumpkin painting! It’s fun and an easy way to get kids outside. Painting pumpkins even allows for children to exercise their fine motor skills. To create a fun and interactive time for everyone, here’s a few steps to get the pumpkin painting party started.

    1. Set up a table outside with newspaper to protect it.
    2. Collect a variety of washable paint colors and paint brushes. You can even pick up some leaves, old sponges, or cut open fruit to paint and stamp on the pumpkins.
    3. Set it all up, gather up the kids, and prepare for the fall fun!

    Fall Scavenger Hunt

    When a little fall chill sets in, it’s easy to cuddle up inside and watch TV. Get your children outside by creating a backyard scavenger hunt! This is the perfect way to get the kids moving and outside to practice their gross motor skills. Create a list of backyard objects for the children to find or grab a few things from the garage. Incorporate the use of the backyard playset by hiding a few items at the top of the slide or in the tire swing. If you would like to download a free copy of a few different scavenger hunt ideas, we’ve pulled together a list for children of all ages.

    Fall Treats

    To top any fun fall day off, you’ll want to have the perfect seasonal treat ready for your kids and friends. Here are three easy and yummy recipes everyone is sure to love. Try one, or try them all! You will not be disappointed.

    At Eastern Jungle Gym, we encourage outside play for all. Fall is a great time to embrace the outdoors and spend time with your family. To see our selection of wooden swing sets, take a look at the offerings of our online store. For any questions about our products, reach out to our sales team and customer support for answers. We hope you all have a safe and fun time this fall!

  • How to Make Your Backyard Sensory Heaven for Children

    It is important for children to develop and experience all their senses early on in life. It is also important for children to play outside and engage in physical activity. So why not kill two birds with one stone by integrating outdoor and sensory play activities? We have three fun and exciting features you can add to your backyard which allows children to get the most out of playing outside.

    Rope and Bucket Pulley

    Children love the feeling of accomplishment. The rope and pulley system is the perfect way for them to express this feeling. Children also get to work on their gross motor skills by filling the bucket, raising it up, dropping it down, and getting to empty its contents. This fun addition adds repetitive entertainment to your backyard and keeps children occupied for hours.

    To create a rope and bucket pulley, you simply tie a rope to the handle of the bucket and possibly tie a few knots on the end of the rope for children to grab ahold of. Once the knots are tied, find an open spot on the beam where the swings are. Then throw the rope over the beam which holds the swings. Pull the excess cord until the bucket can sit flat on the ground. Make sure you have some fun things to fill the bucket with! Foam building blocks or a cut up pool noodle work great.

    Tire Swing

    Break up the action on your play set by adding a tire swing into the mix. Tire swings are a great way for children to experience a different kind of swinging. Tire swings allow kids to sit high, hold tight, and pump their legs a little harder to get the tire swing in motion. These actions allow children’s gross motor skills to take flight by strengthening their little muscles and allowing them to have a lot of fun at the same time.

    Attaching a tire swing to your play set is made simple with our three chain tire swing. Our chains are coated in soft plastisol, which prevent fingers from being hurt and the chains from rusting. If you choose to build your own, make sure you purchase the correct hardware to go with your recycled tire.


    There are many muscles that get strengthened by a tightrope. Tightropes are a great way for children to strengthen their arms and legs, practice their balance, strengthen their core, enhance their climbing skills, and coordination.

    To create a tightrope in your backyard, locate two trees that are six feet or more apart from each other and are suitable for a tightrope. You can also make your own anchors by installing wooden poles in your backyard. Take one piece of rope and wrap it around the one tree trunk or pole multiple times just a few inches off the ground. Tie a knot and repeat on the other end. Make sure there is no slack in the rope as you tie it. Repeat the same steps with the second pieces of rope. Space the second piece a few feet above the bottom rope keeping tiny people in mind. This second rope will provide upper body support for the children as they balance and maneuver across their new contraption.

    This fall is a great time to give children the experience of strengthening their gross motor skills with these play set additions. Keep them entertained and engaged in outdoor play for hours with the pulley, tire swing, and tight rope. For more tips on how to make your swing set more appealing, visit our blog discussing the types of swings to add to your swing set!

  • 3 Playground Workouts for Busy Moms

    Mom working out on playsetSwing sets are not just for kids, they can be for moms too! Turn your jungle gym or swing set into a mini gym with these three full body workouts.

    For Your Arms

    If your child’s play set has a trapeze bar or gym rings, you can first focus on your upper body muscles with incline pull-ups!

    HERE’S HOW: Walk up to the hanging trapeze bar and grab the bar or the gym rings. Lean back so your body is relying on your arms to not fall to the ground. In this position, you may begin to pull yourself towards the bar and slowly release your arms back down to your original position. This exercise will work your upper back, trapezius muscles, biceps, and deltoids. We advise that you start with three sets of 10 to begin.

    PRO TIP: To increase the intensity of this workout, move your feet farther forward under the trapeze bar. To decrease the intensity of this workout, move your legs backwards to decrease the distance you must pull your body up.

    For Your Legs

    Good news! It’s time to switch the muscle groups you were just using. It’s time to do some squats.

    HERE’S HOW: Approach the swing of your swing set and turn your back to it, with the base of the swing touching the back of your legs. For this exercise, you are going to pretend as if you are going to sit in the swing, keeping your arms extended out parallel to your shoulders as you sink down. Once your toosh touches the swing, shoot back up into a standing position with slightly bent knees. Repeat this motion 20 times for 3 sets.

    PRO TIP: For a more engaged workout, twist your body as you are descending and have the elbow of one arm meet the knee on the opposite side. Switch arms each time you sink down for another squat.

    For Your Abs

    Lastly, we cannot forget the abs. Abdominal muscles are responsible for keeping our body stable and upright, which is needed to maintain good spinal health.

    HERE’S HOW: Assuming the same incline position that you were in for the pull ups, hang with a still body and lift your knee to your chest. Repeat this motion 10 times for each leg, doing three sets altogether. This exercise will engage both your upper and lower abs. Add in a variation of lifting your knee out to the side to work your oblique muscles.

    PRO TIP: Holding a single leg out, fully extended to a 30-degree angle, repeatedly and slowly raise it to a 45-degree angle. Repeat each leg 10 times each for three sets. This change up will give your upper thigh and lower abs a workout all at the same time!

    Not only do we have tips for keeping your body maintained, but we also have tips on keeping your swing set maintained! We offer great blog posts with tips on maintaining your swing set. Interested in buying a swing set of your own? Shop our online store to order your next piece of workout equipment!

  • 10 Safety Tips for a Wood Swing Set

    There's nothing better than watching the little ones laugh and play on the backyard playset. And knowing your wood swing set is sturdy and secure simply adds to this satisfaction! Here are the top 10 safety features every backyard swing set should have.

    1. Sanded wood with rounded edges

    To avoid splinters and other minor injuries, your swing set should be free of any rough surfaces. A good way to ensure this is to purchase a playset with wood that's already sanded and rounded on the edges. This way, maintaining the smooth surface will be relatively easy in the years to come.

    2.Recessed, tightened hardware

    All of our wood swing sets feature recessed hardware, a standard set by the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPCS). We know how important it is to eliminate anything that your child's clothing could catch on. At Eastern Jungle Gym, we highly recommend you make sure the swing set you buy has recessed hardware. If you've already purchased a swing set that has protruding hardware, consider replacing the hardware, or simply remind the kids to not wear loose or baggy clothing. Also, be mindful to perform annual checks on the swing set to make sure the bolts are tightened properly.

    3. Bolts, not nails or staples

    Your wood swing set should have only bolts to connect the pieces and parts together. Zero nails or staples should be used to construct your swing set. Nails and staples are simply too weak and they also stick out from the wood, creating a safety hazard for the children playing on it.

    4. In-tact accessories and activity areas

    If your swing set has been in use for several seasons, it is a good idea to check and make sure the accessories are intact. Look for pulls or tears in the canopy tent top, make sure any playground rope is in good condition, refill the sandbox if necessary, check the wood for additional sanding, etc.

    5. A soft surface

    The surface on which a swing set sits is oftentimes an afterthought for shoppers, who assume grass is good enough. The best option is a rubber mulch surface. Rubber mulch has a terrific ability to absorb shock, whereas over time, grass loses its ability to do so.

    6. Proper handles

    Anytime your child is climbing, he or she needs somewhere safe to grip. That's why we install grab handles at the tops of our ladders and rock walls. This way the youngster has a place to grab when he or she enters the clubhouse. If your swing set didn't come with this feature, grab handles may be purchased online. We also recommend larger grab handles to run along the side of the stairs. They're very easy to install, too!

    7. Enclosed clubhouse

    The clubhouse of your wood swing set should have walls wherever there is a no activity area. A safety rail is necessary for spaces where there is a slide, ramp or ladder that meets the deck of the clubhouse. The wall should have rungs that are about an inch to an inch-and-a-half apart.

    8. Separate the monkey bars and swings

    The CPCS and the American Society for Testing and Materials recommend monkey bars that do not have swings attached. When you are purchasing your swing set, make sure the monkey bars are separated away from the swings. A good example to display this is our Dreamscape 3 Outdoor Swing Set.

    9. Slides with high sides

    Your wood swing set should have a slide that features high side rails to ensure that the child is secure as he or she slides down. Super scoop slides are perfect for smaller children because of their high sides.

    10. Check the open spaces

    Measure any open spaces the playset may have. Make sure open spaces on the swing set are either smaller than 3 1/2 inches or larger than 9 inches to be certain a young child cannot fit his or her head through.

    It is important to be aware of these 10 points when purchasing a swing set for your child. After your purchase, continue to keep these tips in mind as you maintain your swing set and replace or add on accessories. If you have any questions about this article, give us a call!

  • The Benefits of Swinging for Autistic Children

    Swing sets can offer a great active alternative for children with special needs. Jumping, spinning, swinging, and rocking are motions that all work to help regulate the vestibular system in our bodies. Read why it is important for the vestibular system to be regulated and how swinging can help achieve that.

    Movement and the Vestibular System

    Every vestibular system varies from child to child. Be cautious of whether your child enjoys swinging or staying still. Your child may love to swing, jump, spin, and rock. As time goes on, this may change. If those movements help to calm or slow down their hyperactivity, you will want the proper equipment in order for them to achieve peacefulness. Having a swing is one of the best pieces of equipment to have. Continue reading to learn the benefits swinging can have.

    The Benefits of Swinging

    Movement is essential in the development of all children. For children with autism, swinging has the potential to impact the brain’s ability to process sensory information, which assists in the early stages of brain development. Swinging can strengthen specific sensory experiences an autistic child encounters. Sensory movements are described as touch, motion, bodily awareness, sight, sound, and the natural pull of gravity. As children swing, they are able to process these sensory movements which work in tandem with potential therapy solutions.

    Swinging movements can be used as therapy objectives to help children with special needs. It can help them relax, ease their anxiety, and calm their minds. These types of therapy solutions are great to be knowledgeable of in times where an autistic child feels out of their element or is upset.

    Swinging also can help special needs children combat their struggles with balance and coordination. Integrating swinging into their daily routine can help the development of their gross motor skills and muscles. The more swinging that is practiced, the more balance and coordination can be achieved.

    Where Your Child’s Swing Should Go

    As expected, you may be considering putting your swing outside or to purchase a play set for your children to play on. Placing a swing set outside is the most common space, but know that it is also important to have a swing that is accessible for indoor usage too. Inclement weather and late night episodes happen. You want to have a swing accessible for your child at all times to help calm them without any interrupted disturbances. The possibility for an indoor swing is available and with a little creativity and ingenuity, can be installed in your home.

    Swinging can help autistic children achieve developmental milestones. For help finding your next swing, look to our swings page. For help with installation, watch our YouTube videos for a visual explanation.

  • Swings for Your Backyard Swing Set

    Whether you’re dreaming up a terrific DIY swing set to build for the little ones or you’re simply looking to surprise the kids with a new accessory for their jungle gym, it’s a good idea to familiarize yourself with the different swings and accessories available. We have outlined the details of the different types of swings you can add to your swing set.

    High Back Full Bucket Swing 

    The high back full bucket swing is your child’s first swing. Designed to securely and safely hold an infant, this swing encloses the child 360-degrees and provides plenty of back support. You will get many years out of this swing, as it is suitable for infants and toddlers. We recommend children from 6 months to about 4 years old use this swing, depending on the size of the child.

    High Back Half Bucket Swing with Chain

    The half bucket swing with chain is a great transitional swing for your kids. It offers the same support of the full bucket swing in terms of a high back, but this time with a safety chain in front. This safety chain helps children get the feel of a real swing, while providing an added safety precaution. The recommended age range for this swing is about 2 to 6 years old.

    Sling Swing 

    The classic sling swing is what you and the kids see most often on your trips to the public park. A sturdy, high quality sling swing can support children and even most adults.

    Horse Glider Swing

    Unlike the swings described so far, which accommodate a single child at a time, the horse glider swing is designed for two. The kids sit back-to-back on the seat. There are handle bars for holding on and spaces for the children to place their feet. The kids love that the horse glider allows them to rock back and forth with a friend. With this swing, we suggest children be no younger than 2 years of age. The weight limit is typically about 200 pounds.

    Tire Swing

    The tire swing is always a hit with the kids. It can accommodate anywhere from one to three children, and is usually made with a rubber tire that has three or four chains attached. The tire swing will allow the children to swing around 360-degrees, so it requires a bit more space than any of the other swings listed here. The tire swing is a great activity for kids ages 2 and up.

    Three chain tire swing A three-chain tire swing makes a great addition to any backyard playground.

    Gym Ring/Trapeze Bar Combination Swing

    The gym ring/trapeze bar combo allows a child to swing and hang, and maybe even flip or perform a chin up. It’s constructed of a trapeze bar—ideally made of steel and coated in a soft plastic—with a grab handle on each side. The grab handles and the bar are attached to chains, which attach to a swing beam. Kids who use this swing can be anywhere from 3 years of age to 15.

    Swing Safety, Information, and DIY Details

    For maximum safety, we recommend that all plastic swings be made of a durable polymer plastic. All swings should include triangle hardware and S-hooks that attach to the seats. To ensure the safety of your little ones, we recommend heavy duty straight-coil chains with a soft coating (we always prefer you to use chains over rope). Look for swing chains that are coated in plastisol for a soft grip which will protect tiny fingers from getting pinched. These little extras can add up, but quality accessories are worth the investment.

    Don’t forget to take additional hardware into account. The first three swings mentioned in this piece would attach to a swing beam with ductile swing hangers and mountain clips. Whereas the tire swing uses a special swivel and the horse glider uses specific brackets. More often than not this type of hardware is not included with the swing. That will add to the price of the swing. The cost of the swings described here typically range from about $35 to about $120.

    No matter what type of swings you have in mind for your backyard play set, it is always a good idea to do your homework. Do consider what the product is made of, as it should be rust resistant and UV-protected. Also read up on reviews left by other customers. Remember, not all swings are made equal. Pay close attention to what type of chains or rope are used, how long they are, and how they are connected.

    Lastly, keep in mind that the ages we have listed here serve as a general guide. Some form of adult supervision is always recommended. If you are looking for more information on swings, watch our video to learn about the three swings for a wooden swing set.

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