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Spacenet pentagonale

The Pentagonal Spacenet appeals immensely to children's need for adventure. With its 5m climb to the top, it is bound to attract children time and time again. The ropes sway gently, adding to the development of important motor skills such as cross-coordination and sense of space. These are important for example in judging distances when navigating traffic. The muscles are put to work, and legs, arms and core are trained when climbing and mastering one level after the next. The challenge of climbing this high trains children's risk-taking skills as well as their social skills, such as for instance empathy: with many children climbing the swaying rungs, consideration of others is needed. The Pentagonal Spacenet is a great meeting point. Thanks to the wide layout at the lower level, loads of children can meet and communicate.