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Playground slides are found in parks, schools, playgrounds and backyards. The slide may be flat, or half cylindrical or tubular to prevent falls. Slides are usually constructed of plastic or metal and they have a smooth surface that is either straight or wavy. The user, typically a child , climbs to the top of the slide via a ladder or stairs and sits down on the top of the slide and slides down the chute. In Australia and New Zealand the playground slide is known as a slide, slippery slide, slipper slide or slippery dip depending on the region . Sliding pond or sliding pon is a term used in the New York City area , It is a corruption of "slide upon". Whereas sliding board is used in the Philadelphia area and other parts of the Mid-Atlantic.