The Wizard's Double Tower Fortress

The Wizard's Double Tower Fortress has lots of balance, climb and glide variations, children will want to try it out again and again. When climbing, children will train their cross-coordination, this stimulates the cross-modal perception which is important for the ability to read. The Vertical climbing wall and the climbing decks is a fun meandering climbing challenge that trains proprioception: the awareness of where the body parts are in space an how much force and distance it takes to move securely. The bridge trains sense of balance, the fundamental motor skill that make children confident when moving and is important for the ability to sit still and concentrate. The biggest hits are probably the slide or the wild banister bars. Both thrilling in each their way, and enough of a destination to make children loop up and down repeatedly, training cardio.