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Making children’s day much better

A day out with kids is the best things to do to keep the children and toddlers entertained, but the problem that most parent faces is ‘where should I take my kids? And probably everybody would end up with a cinema or shopping. This won’t make children’s day much better. What they really need is a place to burn off their energy, freedom to have a good time, endless games and play time.

If you ask the Google to search for “why children need to play” you will find a list of pediatrics and behavior analyst expert opinions advising the parents ‘how important is play for children’. According to a clinical report by the American Academy of Pediatrics, “Play is essential to development because it contributes to the cognitive, physical, social, and emotional well-being of children.” Play is necessary in order to help children develop social skills, because they learn to get along with others, take turns, and much more. Play promotes healthy brain development because they are strengthening many neuronal connections that would otherwise disappear or weaken if not used.


Playing outdoor

Physical fitness is the most important aspect of outdoor play and children who undertake physical activities say for example climbing, running, jumping and what not, will have a very high stamina, fitness and also flexibility. They will become energetic and highly immune to diseases. On contrary, children who do not have any physical activities will become obese, lethargic and also highly prone to injury. Outdoor play can increase endurance and can help improving bone density and make one muscular. More over outdoor play can be a great stress buster for kids as well as adults.

Even though there are lot many positive aspects about outdoor play, it does have some limitations especially the extreme weather and pollution. Safety of children playing in structured outdoor playground and play equipments is also a matter of concern because the safety is limited to the extend wherein rubber flooring is used to reduce injuries if at all a child slips or fall from a height.


Scope of Indoor Play Area

Now a days’ the parents does not get enough time to spend with their children and thus they go for the option of baby sitters. Children need love and care of their parents not the baby sitters and many a times these baby sitters doesn’t care for the babies and by and large the children when they grow up they will lack the social skill and remain reserved. This should not happen anyway because the future of our planet is in the hands of these children.

Indoor play area is an entirely new concept which takes in anything under play, leisure and amusement under the same roof accessible to the whole family all year round. Indoor play area encompasses, Indoor soft play, Arcade Games, Amusement Rides, Climbing series, Trampoline parks, Role plays, Activity areas, Party areas, Gaming areas, Ropes course and lot more. Unlike outdoor play, indoor play area provides the safest play environment with all sorts of fun, excitement and adventure for the whole family, protected from or not exposed to any danger or risk. Indoor play area also provides excellent skill-building opportunity for each child, offering great exercise, fast-paced action, teamwork and friendship, and lots of fun!

Indoor play area features constant, end-to-end action, very few breaks in play, and frequent adventure opportunities, making it the most entertaining segment for children and parents. The nature of indoor play area allows children of different age groups, physical strength, speed, and endurance to excel in fun as well as a sport. Coordination and awareness of different games and dynamic activities often count for more than just fun.



Indoor soft play


Indoor soft play, the main perhaps the most important element in indoor play area brings to the forefront many of the skills and much of the conceptual understanding that can improve children’s brain development. Indoor soft play is divided basically into two sections the first one is toddler play area especially for kids of 6 months to 3 years where soft toys and shapes will be used even the flooring will also be the soft format. The other section is the structured soft play for children between 3 years to 15 years which includes slides, tubes and tunnels of different height, trampoline, ropes course, climbing walls, ball pools, ball shooting and many more to provide maximum fun and adventure.

As the name soft play itself addresses, the indoor soft play is whole covered with soft format, from soft padding of wall (for toddlers) to soft play structures. Floors are tiled with EVA mat so as to keep the children safe in case if the fall down. The entire soft play structure is covered with safety netting to avoid accidents. The materials used for each and every element of soft play are non toxic and eco-friendly.

Now when it comes to the features of indoor soft play, by its very nature, makes each child a team player who always remains active and enthusiastic. Indoor soft play is exclusively planned areas offer the ideal environment for children of all ages to practice and develop their communication skill, play and interact in a safe environment with other children and simply have fun. Soft play always is a great fun for children and the entire family and provides the perfect place for fun and leisure. The ever enduring fun that softplay toys and play equipments provided in special toddler area within the soft play is ideal for kids between 6 months and 3 years. With each child getting much more time within the soft play structure, indoor soft play provides greater opportunities for children to develop better physical, social, mental and emotional skills. Fun toys and play equipments including ball pools, slides, rope bridges, crawl tubes etc within the softplay will keep the children entertained for hours.

Indoor soft play provides children the opportunity to enjoy themselves in an at most safe and best indoor environment. Younger children can follow their peers and attempt challenges that extend their capabilities. Children can work together or single, older children can learn to guide younger children. Often exiting play equipments are used in soft play areas so as to encourage the creativity and imagination of children and also to make them get involved in adventure and exploration. Children will find adventure by their on by means of crawling through a maze by working out the possibility of jumping from one obstacle to another. They will run, jump, bounce and catch balls and what not, all within in a safe and secure environment. Through this physical play, it will help them to develop agility, balance and improve their co-ordination.


Indoor soft play and physical fitness

Secondly, when it comes to the fitness part, we can find that children who spend a considerable amount of time on the indoor soft play every day are fit and maintain a proper weight. Childhood obesity has become a serious issue now a days and the best way to treat and prevent childhood obesity is to spend considerable amount of time in indoor soft play because the children would be playing and running around enjoying the company of others exploring the soft play area. Indoor softplay provides facilities to such an extent that any outdoor games, say for example, sliding, climbing, jumping, aerobics etc. Therefore, the calories consumed by kids during the entire day get burned due to indoor soft play activities and games, and hence, the child does not gain excess weight.

One of the major aspects of indoor play area for children is that indoor play also contributes in learning and the creativity. When we say creativity it includes everything like painting, crafting, clay modeling, drawing, role play activities, building blocks and many more. Therefore, when a child spends time in indoor play area, what they actually see and experience is much above what they really get from outside which in turn will obviously help them to enhance their knowledge and learning skills. Children will also learn to appreciate the artistic skill of themselves as well as others at an early age.

When a child plays in soft play, he/she usually does so in a group. Therefore, it enhances the development of social skills. Children make new friends while playing in indoor play areas and they easily learn how to interact with each other, learn skills of negotiation and also learn how to adjust to surroundings and people. Mixing with other children will also help then to boost their confidence. If we observed children playing indoor, we find them running, shouting, jumping, laughing, with all sorts of excitement. It helps in developing a sense of freedom and independence in children.


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