Imaginative Play

Cubbies

Why buy an Aarons Safety Certified Cubby? For starters, the Hardwood trims and treated pine internal framework ensures you’re buying the best quality and the best looking cubby on the market. Secondly, with two sizes, in four height options and various imagination pieces, the fun possibilities are endless. Add on rockwalls, firemans poles, scramble nets, rung ladders and more to promote endless imaginative play. Add a slide to build confidence and promote physical activity; they’re a fan favourite for kids! No child will settle for just one go on a slide, so they’ll also get a lot of exercise from repetitively scaling the cubby. Sliding helps kids improve their balance, coordination, and spatial awareness and will train their bodies to move a certain way. Slides also promote social skills such as negotiating and communicating when deciding who gets the next go!

Choose from a Classic Cubby, or upgrade to the Awesome Cubby. Both come with a Colourbond roof, skylight and anchor kit as standard and have doors and perspex removed to avoid any shearing concerns.

Forts

Kids love to climb, it’s second nature to them. Therefore, it is important that these skills are built upon from an early age. But kids need to be challenged enough to help develop their natural intuition for protecting themselves during risky play.

Aarons Forts have large decks and open designs so you can see the kids from every angle and have many add-ons available to make climbing fun and challenging. Add a rockwall to help develop hand/eye coordination by challenging children to work out the most logical way to the top. Add a Scramble Net for balance and focusing on their spatial awareness. Climbing up is also great for upper body strengthening, which is difficult to achieve with pre-school children.

A Fort will provide countless outdoor adventures and memories to treasure forever.

Pirate Ship & Speeboat

Enjoy watching the children visit each end of the Earth from their timber Pirate Ship and let their imagination sail!

An Aarons Speed Boat is a great compact unit for your play area. Children they can eat their lunch or be read to whilst sitting on the four seats.

Watch the children have ship loads of fun while they imagine themselves on the open seas.

Play train & Up & over

All aboard!  We’re off to the Imagination Station!  Every child will love playing on an Aarons Play Train.

The Up & Over is a great, dual climbing playground. Combining a net rope and a rock wall, its low height also makes it ideal for the little ones.  Our Up & Over allows kids to work on bilateral coordination, sequencing and body awareness in a challenging and fun way.

Abacus & OXO frames

Learning colours, patterns and counting is FUN with a brightly coloured Abacus Frame.

All kids love playing Noughts & Crosses. The logic skills required for Noughts and Crosses encourages thought patterns and habits, all while having fun.

Swing frames

We all know how much energy young children have, and swinging is the perfect way to calm and relax them.  Physically, swinging develops gross and fine motor skills through repetitive leg motions.  Actions such as gripping help arm/hand/finger coordination.   Swinging is also great for social development as it promotes cooperation and sharing as there are usually plenty more children than swings available! Lastly, Swinging can promote imaginative play, encouraging creative thinking.

Our In-ground Swing Frames are made from 125mm x 125mm Cypress Pine timber and include diagonal support stays and swing hooks. Available in Single or Double.  A range of Swing Seats are also available.

Bridges

Let the children’s imagination climb to great heights, whether it’s the last log floating down a river of lava or the bridge between them to saving the Princesses – our Bridges will accommodate their fun adventures.

Mud play – Kitchens & Pits

Since the dawn of time children have been drawn to mud puddles and dirt as a part of their play. Mixing soil, water, and other natural materials like pebbles, leaves, or grass provides children endless possibilities for learning and fun. Many of us have fond memories of creating mud pies, digging for worms, or making streams and valleys in the mud. But it’s not just about fun. Children benefit from messy, muddy play by exposure to healthy bacteria that can stimulate the immune system to prevent allergies.

Tee pees & Yarning circles

Who is the Indian and who is the chief sitting under an Aarons beautiful bush log tee pee? Tee Pees will create an area for fun, imaginative play, but also provide a place for reading and relaxation.

Add a Yarning Circle for kids to ponder, ‘yarn’, laugh, practice mindfulness and build strong bonds.

Balancing logs & Steppers

Balance is the ability to maintain a controlled body position during tasks, whether it is walking on a balance beam, stepping up onto a stepper or even sitting at a table.

Age appropriate balance and coordination allows children to participate with a reasonable degree of success as it aids fluid body movement for physical skill performance and is helpful in learning how to complete normal daily tasks.

With good balance and coordination there is less likelihood of injury as the child is likely to have appropriate postural responses when needed (e.g. putting hands out to protect themselves when they fall).

Easels & Chalkboards

The use of larger vertical surfaces such as chalkboards and easels allows children to use bigger arm movements that encourage strength and flexibility throughout the joints and muscles of the upper body. Even hands gets a hefty boost of strengthening as they work against gravity when making vertical, horizontal and diagonal lines.

Musical instruments

Exposing children to music during early development helps them learn the sounds and meanings of words. Dancing to music helps children build motor skills while allowing them to practice self-expression. Other studies indicate that early music exposure and instruction have benefits on the development of perceptual skills, which affects language and literary abilities; spatial reasoning, which is related to skills used to do math; and fine motor coordination.

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