Explorer's Bridge

Explorer's Bridge

The Explorer Bridge attracts toddlers to try out their balancing skills, running back and forth repeatedly. A main part of the attraction is the responsiveness of the bridge planks: For every step the child takes, important physical skills are trained: it uses of the sense of balance, tensioning feet, legs, core and arms to adjust equilibrium. For less trained bridge-walkers, the handholds add support. Running or walking the Explorer Bridge is a social experience. Children feel the movements of the other children on the bridge. This feature adds to the physical challenge of keeping the balance when passing on the Explorer Bridge. It additionally spurs cooperation, negotiation, turn-taking and consideration. These are important socio-emotional life skills when making friends through play.


XPLORERS BRIDGE

SURFACE

NAT503-0012

XPLORERS BRIDGE

STEEL IN-GROUND 34CM

NAT503-0312

Product number: 
NAT503
Age group: 
1+
Dimensions LxWxH: 
223 x 68 x 94 cm
Key User Group: 
1 - 4
Play capacity (users): 
4

Balance
Climb
Sway
Socialize
Sensory

Pinewood: 
10 years
Hot dip galvanised steel: 
Lifetime
EcoCore HDPE: 
Lifetime
Chains: 
10 years
Spare parts guaranteed: 
10 years

Certificates:

EN1176 approved
Max. fall height:
40.00 cm
Safety surfacing area:
16.70 m2
Number of installers:
2
Anchoring options:
Surface
Inground
Productsheet
Side drawing
Plan drawing
2D DWG
3D DWG
Product Animation
Plan Drawing (JPG)
Side Drawing (JPG)
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Quality that lasts



Physical

Joy of movement:
Motor skills, muscle, cardio and bone density

Cognitive

Joy of movement:
Curiosity, understanding of causal relationships and knowledge of the world

Social-emotional

Joy of movement:
Teamwork, tolerance and sense of belonging

Creative

Joy of movement:
Co-creation and experimenting with materials

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