The Small Lookout provides a 'WOW' centrepiece to any playground. The children will want to climb and sway in the Small Lookout again and again. Thanks to the angled embarkment net and its swaying hammock net every movement creates a response. This can be an immense motivator of play. The climbing helps develop cross-coordination, a motor skill fundamental for the ability of the right and left halves of the brain to cooperate. This is necessary for instance for reading skills. The swaying hammock net is a great place to reach and makes a great place for meeting and socialising. Apart from being great fun, it trains important social-emotional skills such as co-operation and communication. The swaying movement additionally trains the senses of balance and space awareness, both fundamental e.g. managing street traffic.