CRP200402

No Return Trail

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No Return Trail

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The cute play panels and talk tubes and the versatile climbing offerings attract children to come back to the No Return Trail again and again. The play panels’ varied activities support social play and cause-and-effect understanding. The Hurdle Bridge is a fun challenge to climb over and under, and the varied climb challenges the child’s cross-coordination and spatial awareness. These motor skills are fundamental in understanding space, shapes and measures, the basics in understanding mathematics. The spider net allows for all to play thanks to the varied entrance points. The cascading bridge gently bounces back the children’s movements, training their senses of balance and space. The various trail activities train children’s muscles, balance and coordination, which are fundamental for moving confidently in the world. Negotiating turn-taking when playing with other children on the trail supports social-emotional skills and the ability to make friends.

Play Value

Play value is the value gained from play, the value that makes the child “want” or developmentally “need” to undertake the activity and thus gives the play item holding power. Play value can be described very precisely in developmental terms, looking into the human physical, cognitive, social and emotional developmental stages.

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Cascading Bridge

Physical

trains balance, coordination and spatial awareness. Develop children's sense of rhythm and timing as they move the body across the bridge. All muscles are used to hold tight.

Social-Emotional

turn-taking and consideration of others when passing each other.

Cognitive

cause and effect understanding is supported by the bouncing effect of others' movements.

Crawl-through hole with bubble window and membrane

Physical

the hole allows for climbing and crawling through, developing cross-coordination, proprioception and spatial awareness.

Social-Emotional

cooperation and turn-taking when passing one another.

Cognitive

understanding space, shape and measures when seeing if the body fits through the hole. Understanding object permanence when playing games such as peek-a-boo.

Forrest Spidernet

Physical

cross-coordination, balance and spatial awareness are trained when climbing the net. All major muscles are used when crossing the net and using the middle rope as a swaying support.

Social-Emotional

the big meshes allow for more children to be seated together, sharing. Children cooperate and turn-take when passing each other.

Cognitive

cause and effect understanding is supported by the bouncing effect of others' movements.

Sphere and window with curtains

Physical

fine motor control is trained when children pull the curtains.

Social-Emotional

social interaction between the two sides support turn-taking and cooperation skills.

Cognitive

understanding of object permanence when playing games such as peek-a-boo. Dramatic play support, which encourages language skills.

Creative

leaving a mark, deciding how to place the sphere or curtains.

Unequal Hurdle Bridge

Physical

arm, leg and core muscles are trained when climbing up or through the bridge. Balance, spatial awareness and proprioception are stimulated, motor skills that help children move confidently.

Social-Emotional

cooperation and turn-taking are supported when passing other children.

Cognitive

cause and effect understanding is supported by the bouncing effect of others' movements.

Talk tube

Social-Emotional

encourages communication and social interaction.

Cognitive

evokes curiosity and stimulates an understanding of cause and effect and object permanence: objects and persons exist also when out of sight.

Colorful dichroic panel

Cognitive

wondering about, understanding and explaining the reasons for the color occurrence support logical thinking skills.

Shop Play Panel

Physical

the hole allows for climbing and crawling through, developing cross-coordination, proprioception and spatial awareness.

Social-Emotional

cooperation and turn-taking. Sharing and cooperation from both sides create a social scenario that supports communication and cooperation.

Cognitive

understanding space, shape and measures when seeing if the body fits through the hole.

House Play Panel

Social-Emotional

invites interaction and social play.

Cognitive

the house theme invites dramatic play scenarios, stimulating language and communication.

Crawl-through Hole with Membrane

Physical

the hole allows for climbing and crawling through, developing cross-coordination, proprioception and spatial awareness.

Social-Emotional

cooperation and turn-taking when passing one another.

Cognitive

understanding space, shape and measures when seeing if the body fits through the hole. Understanding object permanence when playing games such as peek-a-boo.

2 - 5 Years24 Users
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Length

754 cm

Width

610 cm

Height

341 cm

Specifications

The cute play panels and talk tubes and the versatile climbing offerings attract children to come back to the No Return Trail again and again. The play panels’ varied activities support social play and cause-and-effect understanding. The Hurdle Bridge is a fun challenge to climb over and under, and the varied climb challenges the child’s cross-coordination and spatial awareness. These motor skills are fundamental in understanding space, shapes and measures, the basics in understanding mathematics. The spider net allows for all to play thanks to the varied entrance points. The cascading bridge gently bounces back the children’s movements, training their senses of balance and space. The various trail activities train children’s muscles, balance and coordination, which are fundamental for moving confidently in the world. Negotiating turn-taking when playing with other children on the trail supports social-emotional skills and the ability to make friends.

This product, No Return Trail (CRP200402), is provided by KOMPAN Canada.

Key Features

Pes Ropes

Ropes of UV-stabilized PES rope strands with inner steel cable reinforcement. The polyester yarn is made of +95% Post-consumer materials and is inductively melted onto each strand to obtain excellent wear and tear resistance.

COR_S-clamps

Corocord 'S' clamps are used as universal connections in Corocord products. 8mm stainless steel rods with rounded edges are pressed around the ropes with a special hydraulic press, making them the ideal connector: safe, durable and vandalism-proof, all while allowing the typical movement of rope play structures.

Corocord CRP Smart Clamps

Corocord smart clamps are carefully designed in every detail to ensure superior flexibility in high quality aluminum material. The smart clamps are attached around the posts with four steel bolts. Not used attachment points are closed with PA caps.

CRP_monkey trails round deck

Grey round post decks are supported by hot dipped galvanized steel and made of molded 75% post-consumer PP material with a non-skid pattern and texture surface.

EcoCore Panels 19mm

Panels of 19mm EcoCore™. EcoCore™ is a highly durable, eco friendly material, which is not only recyclable after use, but also consists of material produced from +95% recycled post consumer material from food packing waste.

Molded PE Components

The large components are made of 100% recyclable PE made from 33% post consumer materials. Molded in one piece with minimum 5mm wall thickness to ensure high durability in all climates around the world.

CO₂ emission

Our product and sustainability data validation help customers make informed sustainable buying choices based on methods validated by Bureau Veritas.

CRP200402-0901

1704

Total CO₂ emission (kg CO₂e)

3.06

CO₂e/kg (kg CO₂e/kg)

54.7%

Recycled materials

The overall framework applied for these factors is the Environmental Product Declaration (EPD), which quantifies "environmental information on the life cycle of a product and enables comparisons between products fulfilling the same function" (ISO, 2006). This follows the structure and applies a Life-Cycle Assessment approach to the entire Product stage from raw material through manufacturing (A1-A3).

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