Like a Monkey Trail in the jungle
The Monkey Trails are loaded with multiple exciting play features that attract school aged children to come play. The longer they play on the trail, the better they get at mastering the activities. This opens up new play opportunities in the open-ended net structures.
Get in motion
The research behind
Tweens love playgrounds
Tweens and teens are fare too physically inactive, but research from KOMPAN Play Institute shows how you best motivate them in physical play activity in playgrounds and gives you four main motivators.
Climbing can make us clever. It is an essential and fun developmental activity for children to strengthen motor skills and muscles. But climbing also connects body and mind. Understand how in this white paper.
Spin to think
New research shows that it isn't merely children's bodies and sense of balance that benefit from spinning. A great sense of balance affects their learning skills positively: a great sense of balance is closely connected to mathematical skills.
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