Obstacle course - stilts
One, two, right, left and repeat. The children learn to coordinate their movements - so that they step with the stilts while holding on with the opposite hand. The child quickly learns how to master this movement, whether through a game of ‘don’t touch the ground’ or follow my leader. Maybe the leader is going in the opposite direction and the follower has to adapt to the challenging change in pace and movements.
The opportunities to interact and learn social rules of play are endless.
Add the stilts next to a climbing net and balance stumps, for example, to create a larger obstacle course. And there are endless ways to put together our different products.
The stilts are part of Elverdal's own Organic range, which is made of strong and resistant robinia wood.
They have a height of 1,4 metres.
For more ideas, see all the obstacle course equipment here.