from Star News Philly
by Tom Beck

Later this year, young children in 16 neighborhoods throughout Philadelphia will have the opportunity to engage with brand new playful learning installations designed to create literacy-rich environments, strengthen caregiver-child interaction and promote early language development. Thanks to Riverfront North, which applied for a grant for the project from KABOOM!, funded by from the William Penn Foundation, one of those installations will be just outside the soon-to-be-built Riverfront Park Bridesburg. It’ll be called UnOrthodox, and it’s one part of a greater effort called Play Everywhere Philly, put on by KABOOM!, a national nonprofit that works to achieve playspace equity.

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