Design Differences In Children's Play Equipment At Different Ages

 Design differences in children's play equipment at different ages                

                       

Early childhood (3 to 6 years)

Children of this age group cannot play games that are too complicated and difficult. Therefore, for children at this stage, intellectual and physical activity equipment with less activity can be provided. Such as sand pits, seesaws, slides, etc.

Childhood (3 to 6 years)

Childhood childhood is full of energy, endless curiosity, and desire to explore the surrounding world. So you can set up labyrinths, climbing frames, and artificially arrange some stone and novel material facilities for children to explore.

Juvenile (12 ~ 15 years old)

Children at this stage should mainly be collective sports venues. And can integrate some science and humanities. Such as setting up explanatory signs to introduce plants and animals, or setting up some science facilities to stimulate children's interest in exploring the world to learn science.