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Themed playhouses that support role-play, children’s imagination and creativity.
Playhouses featuring moving play activities that stimulate fine motor skills.
Small and large playhouses that accommodate from five and up to 20 children.
Playhouses in all price ranges.
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Product dimensions (LxWxH):100 x 92 x 172 cm
Area requirement (LxW):399 x 391 cm
Max. fall height:60 cm
Recommended ages:From 2 years
Product dimensions (LxWxH):162 x 92 x 172 cm
Area requirement (LxW):462 x 391 cm
Product dimensions (LxWxH):144 x 137 x 166 cm
Area requirement (LxW):444 x 437 cm
1700 Fire engine
Product dimensions (LxWxH):152 x 127 x 129 cm
Area requirement (LxW):452 x 427 cm
Max. fall height:39 cm
Fire engine on springs
1701-02 Fire engine on springs
Product dimensions (LxWxH):152 x 127 x 156 cm
Max. fall height:59 cm
1710-11 Tractor, red
Product dimensions (LxWxH):133 x 110 x 120 cm
Area requirement (LxW):433 x 410 cm
1712-13 Tractor, green
Mini fire engine
304010-20 Mini fire engine
Product dimensions (LxWxH):120 x 80 x 106 cm
Area requirement (LxW):420 x 380 cm
Max. fall height:43 cm
305010-15 Fuel pump
Product dimensions (LxWxH):73 x 43 x 106 cm
EX080 Explore Off-roader
Product dimensions (LxWxH):162 x 83 x 125 cm
Area requirement (LxW):462 x 383 cm
Max. fall height:51 cm
Recommended ages:From 1 year
Product dimensions (LxWxH):146 x 141 x 166 cm
Area requirement (LxW):446 x 441 cm
Product dimensions (LxWxH):272 x 146 x 166 cm
Area requirement (LxW):572 x 446 cm
Product dimensions (LxWxH):235 x 141 x 166 cm
Area requirement (LxW):535 x 441 cm
Product dimensions (LxWxH):353 x 235 x 166 cm
Area requirement (LxW):653 x 535 cm
Max. fall height:112 cm
Product dimensions (LxWxH):390 x 252 x 166 cm
Area requirement (LxW):690 x 552 cm
Product dimensions (LxWxH):571 x 432 x 166 cm
Area requirement (LxW):871 x 732 cm
Product dimensions (LxWxH):540 x 540 x 166 cm
Area requirement (LxW):849 x 849 cm
Max. fall height:166 cm
Product dimensions (LxWxH):189 x 80 x 91 cm
Area requirement (LxW):489 x 380 cm
Max. fall height:20 cm
Product dimensions (LxWxH):127 x 113 x 143 cm
Area requirement (LxW):427 x 413 cm
Max. fall height:25 cm
Recommended ages:From 0 years
Children start playing together in pairs when they are 2 to 3 years old. Some of the first places children get to meet new friends are in the playhouse and the sandbox. Playhouses provide a setting for role-play, which is very important for children’s development. Through role-play, children can explore different roles and learn the art of compromising, negotiating and resolving conflicts. It is crucial for children’s further development, for example, that they learn to say no and set boundaries.
When children play in the playhouse, they exchange thoughts and words with themselves and each other. Language helps to develop their understanding of the world and enables children to express their feelings and communicate with each other.
All our playhouses are made from polyethylene, a low-maintenance and recyclable material. There are several reasons why we have chosen this particular material for our range.
Given the way budgets are often pared back, it is important for us that your playground solution does not end up being a drain on your human and financial resources.
LEDON is founded on a vision of making a difference for children and giving them the best play experience. By using a plastic material that comes in a wide range of colours, we are able to design exactly the playhouses that appeal most to children and which we also know will best support their natural development. In this way, we are making a difference for children – and making their dreams come true.
We make a difference for children, including the next generation. This is why all our materials are 100% recyclable. It means that when your playhouse needs replacing, the materials can be used to manufacture a new playhouse, a waste bin or even clothes, which several companies are also developing today.
Find your nearest dealer today if you have questions or would like to hear more about what we can offer for your playground?
Between the ages of 2 and 3, children start making their first new friends at the playground – and also in the playhouses at their day care institution. Often, children start playing in the sandbox or playhouse, which feels safe, and they can start by playing with their mother or father. From the age of 18 months, children start engaging in parallel play, i.e. playing side by side. They now start enjoying each other’s company, and try to copy and mirror how other children act and behave. They are taking the first tentative steps in their social development. As children get older, role-play is the main activity in the playhouse, and helps to support the children’s natural development.
Role-play allows children to adopt and explore specific roles. How does it feel, for example, to be a parent, a fierce lion or a superhero who can take on the whole world? In taking on a role, children can try things that they might not dare or have the opportunity to do in real life. Role-play is also important when it comes to processing feelings such as anger, anxiety, happiness etc.
Role-play strengthens many different skills – including children’s imagination and social understanding. In addition, role-playing with peers promotes greater equality. This contributes to a sense of togetherness when establishing rules and roles, and can also create more conflicts, which the children then have a chance to resolve among themselves. They learn to express their emotions, make compromises and negotiate.
When children play in a playhouse, for example at their day care institution, they exchange thoughts and words with themselves and each other. Initially, the youngest children will say a few words like “car”, “house”, “Mummy”, “hello”, “goodbye”. Words that they recognise from everyday life. Often, daily routines, events and games spawn many of the children’s first words and later role-playing games.
As children grow older, short sentences and announcements will develop their play: “Then that happened”, and “We did this”, and “Now we’re going to school” etc. Language helps to develop our understanding of the world, and enables children to express their feelings and communicate with each other. Parents and other adults are often involved in playing at the playhouse, where the children might invite them inside, or they might buy cakes at the playhouse window. These are all situations that help to develop the children’s language and social skills.
Children love sand and water – and playing in a playhouse often involves shaping things out of sand. It might be cakes for selling at the kiosk, or a race track, which takes shape on the playhouse table – the sky is the limit. Playing with sand is not only fun – it also holds considerable learning potential.
Playing with sand is a type of constructive play: The children construct things from the sand. Young children are most fascinated by the fact that sand can be used to make shapes, while older children will often build something specific that they can use in their role-play such as cakes, castles, roads etc. As part of their constructive play, the sand stimulates the children’s sense of touch and their fine motor skills. Children use their fine motor skills later in their development, for example when learning to draw and write, while they use their sense of touch to explore and understand their surroundings with their hands via the sand’s textural qualities as well as their experience of cause and effect.
Playhouses are often used by children to play with sand and water. Therefore, it often makes sense to position playhouses close to a sandbox. It is also a good idea to position the playhouse well away from swings, carousels and other moving play equipment where children sometimes play wildly. When children play in a playhouse or sandbox, they are often very absorbed in what they are doing, and it can lead to unnecessary conflicts if active play equipment and playhouses are placed too close to each other.
Contact your nearest dealer today if you have any questions or need inspiration for choosing your new playground.
We offer many different types of playhouses. From traditional playhouses to our themed playhouses. Below, you find out more about which type of playhouse is right for you.
Our traditional playhouses in natural colours are part of our Explore theme world – and they are particularly popular. The playhouses are based on the idea of designing a low-maintenance playhouse in natural colours. The models are available in different variants with a splash table, table and stools, veranda etc.
Do you need a multi-playhouse play environment? Then the Explore play villages Luxi and Nora are good solutions. Here, the children are able to play all around the village. At the same time, both the playhouses and verandas feature numerous moving parts which the children can move and turn.
Are you looking for a small or competitively priced playhouse? Then the playhouses from our Basic series might be right for you. These are low-maintenance and attractively priced playhouses. The models in the series come in a classic look and in an innovative design with a smaller area requirement.
Our themed playhouses are popular worldwide. Our off-roaders, pirate ships and tractors are a sure source of joy at the playground. The themed playhouses are especially popular with children as they help to spark their play and imagination: Who’s going to be the captain? Where’s the fire engine heading to? And what discoveries is the off-roader going to make?
All our play equipment is developed in collaboration with children, and this is also true of our themed playhouses. Therefore, we know that the playhouses and their activities are a big hit with all children, as they have been involved in their development.
Read more: How do we co-develop our products together with children?
Our themed playhouses offer endless possibilities, whether shaped like a ship, a pirate playhouse or a playhouse with a sandbox. They are all very popular. The ship is particularly popular with children aged 2 to 7. A pirate playhouse inspires and invites role-play: Who is steering the ship? Where shall we sail to? And is it in fact a ship? In addition, pirate ships have many different activities that appeal to children’s imagination.
Even though our range has been developed and designed for outdoor use, most of our playhouses can also be used indoors. Simply order the playhouse with concrete anchoring or without any anchoring at all.
When buying a new playhouse for a day care institution or housing or homeowners’ association, it is important to consider the following three factors:
What do you need – how many children will play in and around the playhouse on a daily basis?
Which age group is going to use the playhouse?
How big an area do you have at your disposal?
The jungle of playhouses on the market can still be difficult to navigate. Remember, you can always contact one of our qualified dealers for any questions you might have.
Do you need advice on playground layout, or do you have any questions about our products? Our knowledgeable dealers are always ready to assist.
All our play equipment is made of low-maintenance and recyclable materials. This is good for you and good for the environment.
Playgrounds are for children. Therefore, we design all our equipment together with children. This guarantees that all our playgrounds are fun and challenging.
For 50 years, our Danish production has contributed high quality and superior craftsmanship. At the same time, we preserve Danish workplaces and ensure a healthy working environment.
All our play equipment is approved in accordance with EN 1176 and certified by TÜV. This is your guarantee that the equipment complies with strict safety requirements.