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Sign up for Playground as a guardian
Sign up for Playground as a guardian

A step-by-step guide to getting your account set up as a parent

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Written by Josh Andrews
Updated over a week ago

Receive a sign-up link from the center

In order to sign up for Playground as a guardian, you will need to contact the center your student is attending to receive either a sign-up email or a unique link given to you by a school administrator. The unique link can only be provided by the center.

Receive a sign-up link from another guardian for your student

Playground allows other guardians to add new guardians for their student via the mobile application. If you are a guardian wanting to add other guardians to your student's profile or if you want to be added by another guardian to your student's profile, then please review our Add additional guardians from the Parent app article.

Sign-up email view

A sign-up email looks like the following (sent from [email protected]):

Locate your sign-up email

If you cannot find the email, please check your junk mail. If the sign-up email is in neither your inbox nor junk folders, please contact your school administrator for a sign-up email or a direct sign-up link.

Create and activate your account

Once you receive the email, please read the instructions carefully and follow the "Create Account" button to create your account.

The sign up form looks as follows, with your email already in the "Email" field. Do not change this email address, as this is the address connected to your student's account.

After you enter all your information, click "Finish." Your account is created! You can log on to your account at any time by navigating to

Download the mobile application

Please note that in order to sign your child in or out, you have to be signed into the Playground mobile app. Download the Playground mobile app for iOS or Android and use the email and password you just created to sign in.

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