Double Tower with Slides

This fantastic play structure will inspire young children to play actively, using their muscles to climb to the top and slide or glide to the ground and then loop around to start again. The net climber provides an age-appropriate challenge to strengthen muscles and help develop cross-coordination skills, which support children's development across developmental domains. For example, strengthening physical cross-coordination skills enhances children's abilities to use both sides of their brain, and supports the internal structures that enable reading and thinking. The sturdy desk on the side of the structure is a great place for meeting and interacting. With space for several children to play cooperatively, the structure supports social skills, which are essential in the early years. The slides and pole support posture and balance, all important skills for young children as they grow, and great fun that will attract children and keep their interest in active physical play.