Make bath time fun with this brightly colored Fish Playground shower curtain. Fun yet functional, this curtain features a 100% polyester fabrication. It has a brightly-colored fish design on a blue background, and does require use of a shower liner. The perfect addition to any kids bathroom, this Fish Playground shower curtain is also machine washable, making clean up a breeze.
Can you imagine the excitement and fun of a day playing in the underwater world of a magical fishpond? The 4 Kids all-inclusive Fish Pond Playground offers children of all ages the thrilling possibility of exploring that world for themselves, all in a day’s play at the park. The Fish Pond Playground offers a chance for kids to go wherever their imaginations direct as they climb through pond plants, negotiate awesome tunnel slides, crawl along net walkways among water bugs and fish or sit under a fascinating polymer stained glass canopy of koi fish and lily pads. A specialty of the talented artists on The 4 Kids design team, the high quality polymer stained glass is impact resistant and lends a whimsical stream of reflected color and light to this breathtaking world of awesome fun. Crafted according to stringent safety standards, the playground’s glass fiber reinforced concrete finish resists damage from weather as well as wear for years of service and good looks with virtually no maintenance. Over 34 feet long and 20 feet high, The 4 Kids Fish Pond Playground turns theme parks, indoor or outdoor playgrounds, or children’s activity centers into an enchanting world of underwater fun.
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Wint rode a BMX bicycle into a crowded Fish Playground on Fulton Street in Brownsville where teens were playing basketball around 6:30 p.m., Monday.
Fish Playground derives its name from the streets that bound it. F from Fulton Street, S from Saratoga Avenue, and H from Herkimer Street yield FSH. Given the added connection to the Fulton Fish Market, former Commissioner Henry J. Stern dubbed this parkland Fish Playground in 1998. Together, the park’s namesakes have a rich history.