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GIVEAWAY: Why you need a Channelling Play Wall in your life!

Posted by Michael MOE, 23 September, 2021

We’re GIVING AWAY a Channelling Play Wall (head over to our Facebook page to enter), so we thought it would useful to give you the lowdown on some fun activities little ones love getting busy with on this awesome, interactive wall.

Water: We suspect this winter is going to be a wet one but that just means a whole lot of splashtastic fun to be had on our Channelling Play Wall. Send water down the pipes and it will collect at the bottom so that the whole process can go on in an endless loop of experimental play.

Sand: Pack the tubes with sand and a bit of water for a sandcastle kind of adventure with a difference, or let loose sand do its job by working its way through the pipes to the trough. Science activities for little ones? Tick.

Dinosaurs: Gather your roarsome dinosaurs and set them on a Channelling Play Wall adventure. Bury them in sand for palaeontology activities or have them roam free through the pipes for a grrr-eat opportunity for team building and sharing.

Boats: We’ve already talked about water play, but add some boats, sticks, feathers or any other small objects that will fit down the pipes and kids will love trying ‘sink or float’ experiments.

Cars: Race time! Whose car will make it down the pipes first? Prepare for lots of laughter (and possibly a bit of friendly rivalry!).

The list is limitless as to what everyday objects you can use for experimental and imaginative play with this hugely interactive EYFS-inspired resource, and our Channelling Play Wall also provides children with the scope to pick up lots of skills including:

  • Problem solving;
  • Creative play;
  • Fine motor skills;
  • Hand-to-eye co-ordination;
  • Sharing;
  • Team building.

The Channelling Play Wall can be either mounted to a wall or surface or you can add our durable castors to wheel onto it to make it easier to move around and put in storage if needed. Built from solid pressure treated wood, this is a durable Early Years resource that is suitable for all weathers, and makes the perfect learning through play addition to any garden, play area, school, preschool or nursery. Now all you need to do is ENTER THE COMPETITION to be in with that chance to win one! Good luck, folks!

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