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Grand Canyon with Roof

Wow! There are so many options for play in the Grand Canyon. Children are highly attracted to the structure, and will support longer playtimes for happy, healthy children and families. Graduated challenges and thrills are built in. The rich variation of accesses invites play for all. The rich sliding experiences also develop balance skills and trunk stability, important for the ability to sit still. The intentional design of the Grand Canyon supports social play, when turn-taking and cooperating around the slides. The Wackle Bridge is a wonderfully challenging feature, training the sense of balance as space, both important for negotiating space securely. Cooperation and consideration are put to full use, developing the child's social-emotional skills. The hammock adds a rest point.