Description

Fun and challenges with sliding poles and a climbing wall

The Bjork play tower is one play towers in the Basic series, where the play value is increased by having two play zones which are suitable for both older and younger children. The older will be challenged by the height of 190 cm as well as the climbing wall and sliding poles, while a play panel at the bottom of the tower invites the younger children to role plays. Do you want a simpler tower with less height and a slide instead? Then have a look at our LB110 Basil model.

A trip down the sliding poles is achieved via the tall climbing wall, which is designed with holes and climbing stones. Besides being a fun element on the play tower, the climbing wall also improves the children’s gross motor skills and develops their brain. Cross-body movements with the arms and legs strengthen the neural activity between the two sides of the brain, and this interaction is used when learning to read and write.

When the floor of the tower is reached, the trip down the slide can be enjoyed at full speed. If you are one of the really cool children, the sliding poles can also be used as a way to access the floor of the tower.

Room to play for the old and young children with divided play zones

The tall play tower has two play zones, which makes it possible for multiple groups of children to play together at the same time without interrupting each other. At the top of the tower, the older children can explore the climbing wall and the sliding poles, while the play panel at the bottom is perfect for the younger children. The play panel is designed with a small counter and an abacus, which is ideal for role playing. Over the counter, the children can sell mud pies and other goods from the shop, and while they are stimulating their imagination and creativity, the role and negotiation plays also help to develop their language. In the same way, the abacus is both part of the games and at the same time exercises the children’s fine motor skills and sense of numbers.

Why choose LEDON basic?

  • All the basic elements you need for a good-quality budget-priced playground.
  • Compact towers, which require little space.
  • The systems are available in a wide range of variants to meet any need.
  • Providing basic motor challenges is paramount – it is also a playground for older children.
  • Can be easily integrated into both existing play environments or combined with our other theme worlds.

Product highlights

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Non-toxic and recyclable polyethylene
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Galvanised posts
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Space-optimised play equipment
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Cause and effect
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Trains balance and coordination
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Both sides of the brain work together
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Sliding poles strengthen gross motor skills
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Social and language skills

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Non-toxic and recyclable polyethylene

The polyethylene boards are 100% recyclable, and contain no hazardous chemicals. They are approved according to the specific requirements of both the EU Toy Safety Directive EN 71 and the US Food Directive.

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Galvanised posts

Our posts are hot-dip galvanised, and therefore require very little maintenance and are protected against rust.

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Space-optimised play equipment

The play equipment is designed with minimal space requirements, and therefore fits easily into most playgrounds. If the play equipment requires a safety surface, the price for this will consequently be lower.

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Cause and effect

Interacting with the movement of the play equipment makes children more aware of the relationship between cause and effect. This is an important part of supporting their logical sense.

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Trains balance and coordination

Children use their whole body to keep their balance and coordinate their movements on the play equipment. Balance and coordination are fundamental to children’s physical and cognitive development, and it is therefore important that they are stimulated from an early age.

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Both sides of the brain work together

Making cross-lateral movements with your arms and legs strengthens coordination between the right and left sides of the brain. This is important for children when starting to learn to read and write.

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Sliding poles strengthen gross motor skills

The stainless steel sliding poles offer a similar experience to the popular slide. The difference is that the sliding poles challenge children’s gross motor skills and balance significantly more. The sliding poles are therefore suitable for older children.

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Social and language skills

The play equipment offers ample opportunities for children to engage in cooperative play. It grows their social and language skills, which is key to developing relationships and friendships.

Specifications

Article number
LB120G: In-ground mounting

Recommended ages
From 4 years

Product dimensions (LxWxH)
190 x 91 x 272 cm

Area requirement incl.
safety distances (LxW)

552 x 442 cm

Floor height
190 cm

Max. fall height
202 cm

Approximate installation time
2 persons – 4 hours

Other details:

This is a new product

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