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Grand-Opening at Jumping Fun Kids on July 26th, 2014.

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Who Invented the Bounce House? Historic Titbit

In 1959, mechanical engineer John Scurlock (Shreveport, Louisiana).

Mr. Scurlock  was in the process of designing an inflatable cover for tennis courts when he saw some of his employees having a great time jumping on the covers. The idea came to his mind: market the inflatable unit to young children. The original inflatable that was designed in New Orleans (1968) had no walls, which created a safety issue. The second generation Bounce House has walls making them safer.

Based on the original design concept, today’s technology has made Bounce Houses better, bigger, more intricately designed and more fun than ever before! Some new units come with both a jumping surface as well as a slide – even water slides – , and the possibility of adding much more.

So now you know the history of the bounce house!


6 years old Maitri is the author of this “research” using Google, Bing and Yahoo search engines. Amy, her mom, helps with the writing.



How Bounce House Is Built

What Experts Say About Jumping

Beside Fun, Jumping is very good for detoxification


Dr. Teresa Cappello, a pediatric orthopedic surgeon at Loyola University Health System in Illinois says “Bounce houses are a great way to get kids active and it is a great way to prevent obesity” (HealthDay News) Jumping will get your lymph moving (win for detoxification!), oxygenate your cells and give your body a great all-over and gentle work out. This is the deal when it comes to detoxing your body: you need to get your lymph moving. The lymph system bathes every cell, carrying nutrients to the cell and waste products away. Unlike our blood, which is pumped around by the heart, the lymph system is totally dependent on exercise to get a move along. <!–more Read article here –>If we don’t get the lymph moving, our cells are left stagnant. They stew in their own waste, starve of nutrients and can lead to a whole host of problems including arthritis, cancer and other degenerative diseases. Exercise, particularly rebounding, is said to increase lymph flow by 15 to 30 times. The vertical up and down movement is rebounding is effective because the lymph fluid moves through channels called “vessels” that are filled with one way valves, so the lymph always moves in the same direction. The main lymph vessels run up the legs, up the arms and up the torso. For those of you who like details, this is what jumping on a re bounder each day will do for you:


• Circulate oxygen to your tissues.

• Increases lymphatic circulation, as well as blood flow in the veins of the circulatory system.

• Helps you breathe deeper.

• Normalizes your blood pressure.

• May help combat depression.

• Stimulates the metabolism.

• Promotes muscle tone.

• Increases the activity of the red bone marrow in the production of red blood cells.

• Lowers elevated cholesterol and triglyceride levels.

• Enhances digestion and elimination processes. All of this, and all you need to do is get your bounce on for 10, 15 or 20 minutes each day.



Bounce House – Historic Titbit

Bounce House, Moon Bounce, Astrojump, Moonwalk, Jolly Jump, Leaping Lodge and Spacewalk are the names giden to any structure that can be inflated. The term “Bounce House” came to popularity with the resurgence of hipster culture in New England. The term ‘Jolly Jumps’  is often used to describe the inflatable playground structure in rural areas and some areas in the Western US, but the term is otherwise obsolete.

Historically, names for inflatable structures, particularly in the United States, are composed of two, one syllable words. In the United States the terms that consist of two, one syllable words are popular.

Southern Californians like the two syllable words “Bounce House”. Bouncy Castle or Inflatable Castle are used in Ireland, England, New Zealand and parts of Australia, and Jumping Castles in Arizona, Australia, Canada and South Africa. As a whole the term Moon Bounce has become a generic term for enclosed inflatable trampolines worldwide. even though some still cling to the hipster form “Bounce House.”

Although Bounce House are mainly entertainment device for children, adult also enjoy it a gerat deal, especially in England.


Information obtained from wikipedia.