The toddler's castle will immediately attract the youngest children to move their bodies and experience the thrill of crawling or walking up and sliding down. Children can experience a sense of thrill in every step along the way, and stories to be imagined around this special structure. This supports longer playtimes that enhance overall development for children. Walking up the stairs helps young children to cross-coordinate, which is crucial e.g. for later reading skills. Sliding down is fun and it builds core muscles as well as a sense of space and balance. These are fundamental motor skills that support the toddler's physical mastery. The richness of sound, touch and socialize-elements invites a play journey: on the platform, a flower window distorts the voice in which in turn, becomes a learning experience. A table with play ring invites breaks, adding to the socializing.