Giving your child a place of his own is every parents’ wish. Not only a playground where he can do whatever he likes but also a space large enough for your family’s party or picnic if you want to. But the problem is that you are having a hard time  puzzle everything together but still have no idea of what to do first. Dude, let me help you.


 First, make an outline, then make a list.

I recommend that you draw the picture in your head so as to have a clearer ‘look’ of what you are about to build. Even better if you can have a custom design, you know, you may have some friend who is an architect. No? Well I think now that our lives have been modern than ever, computer’s applications can handle that well, and those are easy to use though. Or on the Internet has a lot of playground ideas and they are very cool, you can look up if you want. One basic rule is that whatever you build, they are not allowed to stand close to each other, because you need to supervise your children in this area. After that, you make a list of what to buy, classed by the probably biggest to smallest size if possible, and we talk about your budget.

Second, consider your budget (Yes, I know not a tutorial I don’t mention this and it sucks to go shopping but look at the price all the time~)

Again, we do not consider an unlimited budget. Unfortunately, people often have a tight one. What we do right now is to make a little calculating, to see if the list you made has gone too far or not (and I guess it has). So now you understand why I ask you to class everything in size. Considering ones on top the biggest and also most important. After all,  they make the core of your playground, right?


In one sentence, wearing mouthguard helps prevent broken teeth, tooth loss, mouth tissue injury, internal tooth damage and jaw joint fracture.

How Important Is A Mouthguards

What is a mouth guard?

Aw pretty lame question, right? Everyone knows that mouth guard (or mouthguard) is an equipment – a plastic shield held in the mouth by an athlete to protect the teeth and gums. It provides protection for the hard and soft tissues of the mouth by way of absorbing and redistributing the forces created by traumatic blows.

What kind of athlete who uses mouth guard?

According to the American Dental Association, weightlifting, wrestling, acrobats, gymnatics, boxing, martial arts, shot putting, skydiving, surfing, skiing, skateboarding, field hockey, football, basketball, handball, ice hockey, lacrosse, racquetball, roller hockey, rugby, soccer, squash, volleyball and water polo are sports whose athletes highly need to use mouth guard since they provide with the highest rate of contact, collision and violent slam.