'Best of the Best' List includes Outdoor Musical Instruments from Percussion Play

Christian School Products (CSP) magazine provides the latest information and resources about products, furnishings, building supplies, technology, media, and more for today’s Christian schools. The bi-monthly publication introduces school leaders to new products that are helping schools.

Each year CSP lists the 'best of the best' products and services from manufacturers and dealers in the school market. We are delighted to announce that our outdoor musical instruments' educational and recreational benefits have been highlighted and recognized in this inspiring list.

Jody Ashfield, Founder, and CEO of Percussion Play, said 'It's fantastic that our instruments have been recognized by Christian School Products as one of the latest and greatest products available to educational facilities. The 2022 'Top Products of the Year shows a real mix of innovative resources that can help students learn more effectively. We are delighted that our instruments have been selected to be on this list and look forward to helping many more schools include outdoor music in their lesson plans and recess'.

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