There has been a great deal of investigation and research lately into natural play spaces and unstructured play, all of which conclude that it offers better outcomes, in building motor skills, including balance and co-ordination in children. Younger children in particular benefit from the sensory and physical activities that natural playscapes facilitate. They are also known to strongly help with children’s physical and and cognitive development.
Natural play spaces promote creative play with more natural objects, allowing children to discover their own games, rules, co-operation and organisation.
If you would like to discuss creating your own playscape (be it educational, commercial or residential) we can assist.