Bernetta Assil February 1, 2021 home playground
Natural beauty is everywhere; it’s we who are unfortunate of not using them for good. Even if a natural playground isn’t near your home, you can create one in your home garden. You can install a swing on a tree or ask kids to use them for climbing. There can be a lot of ways of using natural beauty for kids’ play and they would love it a lot.
There are many advantages to having your own personal playground right in your backyard. It provides a way for the children to get out of the house, have some fun and get exercise without having to go far. This helps parents know their children are safe but staying active and happy at the same time. With your own equipment, you can decide what features and accessories to include or avoid based on your kids’ preferences, ages and restrictions. Before you make the decision to install a kids playground, consider a few important points.
The fresh air that penetrates through lungs creates a psychological impact on children’s mind. As a result, they want to spend more time than they do in commercial playgrounds. According to a research, the length of kids’ playtime increases up to double in natural playgrounds, which, in turn, increases their level of fitness up to twofold.
1. Make a theme for your playground – If you find that your child is actually inclined to like a specific cartoon character, then it would be good to build from that and then make your kid’s playground based from the said theme. This way, you can really work around something that he actually likes. Having a specific theme for the kid’s playground also allows him to become easily comfortable with his surroundings. This can also be a fun way for you to extend the playground as a bonding spot for you and your child as you tell stories related to the characters found in the said area.
Second, always make allowance for more space. Therefore, the floor should extend to over six feet beyond the play area. If the fort is above 4ft, it would be a good idea to not leave the guard rails open. Keep them close together to disallow the kids from getting their head stuck in between them. For kids that are of school age, make sure that the railings are above thirty eight inches (38in) and finally make sure that you have enough space that can grow as your child grows.
Appealing appearance- Playground rubber tiles are eye-catching. Combine a few fashionable colours and you can create a funky pattern, the children – and their guardians – will love.