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  • Experimental 'junk playground' for kids
  • Experimental 'junk playground' for kids
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Experimental 'junk playground' for kids

Are kids getting bored of traditional swings and slides? The creator of an experimental 'junk playground' thinks kids need more freedom to express themselves. The playground allows children to play with junkyard items, throwing in a little danger to make it more exciting. 

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