Guide for Buying a Wooden Playset for Toddlers
If you want to make sure your two-year old gets plenty of exercise in your yard, a wooden playset for toddlers from Backyard Fun Factory can fill the bill. Toddler-sized play structures are specifically designed with toddlers in mind. Kids in this age group are no longer babies, but they haven’t grown up into school-aged children yet. They have smaller hands, legs, arms, and are still developing physical skills and balance.
In order for children to get the most out of climbing structures and to remain safe while they’re having fun, the equipment must fit their developmental stage. Typically, toddlers can walk around independently, although they may toddle a bit, and they are often just beginning to run. These tots can probably climb up a few steps with ease if the foot holds and hand rails are geared to their small size.
Types of Structures
A wooden playset for toddlers can start off small, but grow along with them. If you purchase a basic climbing structure, you can add extensions over time such as forts, lemonade stands, cabins, more advanced ladders, and larger swing sets. As they mature into older children, not only will your kids be exercising their large muscles by swinging on the swing set and climbing up the ladders, they will also be exercising their creativity by playing in their fort, pretending to sell lemonade from their stand, or camping out in their cabin.
If you want your kids to have fun on their own personal playground, we have the Fort Worth playsets to entertain them for hours. We can help you select the wooden playset for toddlers designed for their childhood phase, and then help you add to the structure over time. Contact us at Backyard Fun Factory at 940-489-4390 so we can answer any questions you may have.