The Giant Orion can hold lots of children playing at together at the same time. Due to the transparency of the Giant Orion through the ropes, children can watch each other and communicate throughout. They can feel the movements of all the other children climbing and jumping. Tight-rope-walking the bouncing ropes up in the air trains balance and spatial awareness immensely. Both these motor skills are important for body stability and for instance for judging distance, in the streets. The 3 central jumping membranes are central: these bouncy gathering points welcome seated, lying, standing and bouncing children. Jumping on and jumping off builds bone density, which is built for life in child-hood, through weight bearing activity.
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