Delight children with the Kinder Crossing. Children will reach new developmental milestones as they work their way around, up, and over this recycled plastic bridge. On the bridge, there is an array of colorful shapes, moving parts, a mirror, a rail for standing, and even a number spinner. The simple step-up, step-down design allows for those that are crawling or just walking an easy way to get around safely.
Compact, yet full of fun, the Kinder Crossing helps with many skills. Children have handholds, footholds, and more all over the system to help with the development of a specific gross motor skill: walking. Fine motor skills will be refined as kids turn and spin different pieces on the bridge. Finally, it is a social adventure for all children involved. The bridge isn’t just symbolic, children play together using the bridge in their games. The colors on the different pieces are bright and bold to make them easy for infants with still developing eyesight to see. Being able to see the different pieces, infants will know where to go.
To make a larger infant area or if you’re looking for a different type of play structure, take a look at the Peek ‘n Play.