Kids love playing out in the garden, but sometimes they need a bit of a push. They usually don’t need much persuading on a sunny day, but other times they might end up glued to the TV or video games. Which isn’t such a bad thing in itself, but they need to do other stuff do. Outdoor play is healthy and physical. The best way to encourage kids to make the most of the garden is to add some fun features. Like climbing frames for example.
Climbing frames offer a fun, physical challenge and help to develop coordination and confidence too. Little ones can tackle something basic and as children get older there are frames with plenty of other features and challenges to keep them interested.
Climbing frames need to be safe first and foremost. So it’s always important to buy the respected big brands with all the necessary hallmarks of safety and quality. The cheap end of the market just isn’t worth it. Nothing is worth an accident.
The next thing to consider is just how much space there is in a garden to fit something comfortably in. It’s easy to get carried away by the biggest and the best, but it’s no good to anyone if it takes up too much space and dominates the garden.
Parents eager to buy climbing frames that are safe, fun and challenging should check out the great range over at Dunster House. As a specialist retailer, they offer a massive choice of frames that are suitable for any sized garden and any budget. They deliver quickly, then it’s up to dad, or mum, to assemble. In no time at all the frame will be up and ready. Then it’s time to let the kids loose on it. It’s like bringing a little slice of the playground to the garden. Which the kids can play on any time.