Welcome to International Play Company's Blog

International Play Co. (Iplayco) is a highly reputable designer, manufacturer and
worldwide installer of soft indoor playground equipment and custom play structures.

Other products we manufacture:
3D indoor mini golf, toddler soft indoor play, obstacle courses, climbing walls, laser maze arenas, ball shooters, TUFF Stuff soft sculpted foam play, sport courts, Air Trek obstacle adventures, mazes, Turn-Key designs, outdoor commercial playgrounds and interactive games.


Iplayco has the most innovative and custom creative theming. You dream it, we create it. #weBUILDfun

Iplayco understands the significance of designing play equipment that address the various stages of a child’s development. Age appropriate equipment is essential to ensure that every opportunity for play results in a safe and positive experience. We ship and install worldwide.

We now have a FEC TRAINING CENTER
- not many manufacturers can offer that


Contact us at: 604-607-1111 or sales@iplayco.com


Any questions you have please contact us.

Our website is
www.iplayco.com



Tuesday, May 17, 2011

ACM - Assoc. Children's Museum Show 2011

We will be at the ACM (Associations of Children's Museums) show, drop by booth 206 and see Grant or Bruce.



Innovation is Child’s Play Drives 25th Annual InterActivity Conference.

From May 19th- 21st, 2011, the global children’s museum community will converge on Houston, Texas, for the Association of Children’s Museums (ACM) InterActivity conference. Children’s Museum professionals are traveling from the United States, Canada, China, Jordan, Mexico, Quatar, Saudi Arabia, Taiwan and United Kingdom to explore the vital role children’s museums have in building children’s 21st century skills and in connecting with audiences in new ways. The conference will be held at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in downtown Houston and then there will be special evening events hosted at the Children’s Museum of Houston, the Heritage Society, and the Houston Zoo.

The InterActivity 2011 conference will be hosted locally by the Children’s Museum of Houston (CMH), which recently was named the #1 Children’s Museum in the country by Parents Magazine. The InterActivity 2011 conference features science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) teaching strategies, tactics for extending exhibit inquiry via mobile devices and thoughts on promoting risk as a necessary experience for personal and institutional growth. The ultimate goal of the InterActivity 2011 conference is to provide children museum professionals with education and resources to take back to the children and families in their communities.